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No One

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  1. No one, no one, no one. Can get in the way of what I feel for you You, you Can get in the way of what I feel I know some people search the world To find something like what we have. I know people will try, try to divide something so real So 'til the end of time I'm telling you there is no one.
  2. Define no-one. no-one synonyms, no-one pronunciation, no-one translation, English dictionary definition of no-one. or pron no person; nobody Usage: No-one and nobody are interchangeable, as are everyone and everybody, and someone and somebody. Collins English Dictionary.
  3. No one is right. No-one is an uncommon variant form. It’s best to stick to the two-word version. Noone is wrong. Too many choices can.
  4. No one, no one, no one Can get in the way of what I feel for you, you, you Can get in the way of what I feel I know some people search the world To find something like what we have I know people will try, try to divide, something so real So till the end of time I'm telling you there ain't no one No one, no one Can get in the way of what I'm feeling.
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  6. The hyphenated form, no-one, is especially common outside North America—it is almost completely absent from 21st -century U.S. and Canadian writing—but the unhyphenated form prevails everywhere by a significant marabelficepmo.selfrobigeralighnonontisovati.co is the case despite the fact that many English reference sources list the hyphenated form as the standard spelling or recommend it above the alternatives.