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I'd say 'each' is a determiner, not a pronoun. But even if you call it a pronoun, why 'indefinite'?

An indefinite pronoun does not refer to a SPECIFIC entity.

michael murphy

Of course, in the above example, "Each column...", "each" is an adjective.

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Well, what does 'singular indefinite pronoun' mean? 'cause there's also 'plural indefinite pronoun'.

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