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single

(sing′gl) [L. singulus, individual, single]
1. Indivisible.
2. Unique.
3. Unmarried.
4. Lone; alone.
5. One only.
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Putting political control of policing in the hands of a single individual really would have frightening consequences," he said.
In my career as a social worker I knew that the odds were really stacked against single individuals, especially women.
Missing from the list of authors in this issue is a man whose insight, effort, and support probably did more to advance our understanding of influenza than the efforts of any other single individual over the past 30 years, John R.
scribbling in an era of increasing social mobility and during the construction of the "iron cage," Kierkegaard stressed the significance of such categories as "the single individual," "passion," "choice," and, most important, "faith.
No single individual has more impact on our daily lives than our mayor, and we've tried to let people know as much as we can about the two men who are running,'' said Steve Grace, president of LA36.
The second section, "That Single Individual," shows the movement from the levels of human-centered immanence to the level of transcendence which is Christ-centered and recognizes eternity as actual for the single individual.
all I'm bothered about is that it's a single individual with money in the bank.
ROLE SEPARATION: Many military procedures include checks and balances among multiple individuals to ensure that no single individual can sabotage or usurp the mission of the organization.
Their approaches differ--Moss Adams hired a single individual to act as an independent ethics officer, and BKD formed an advisory council of independent experts.
While the Baptist goal is a Christocracy, Baptists believe that the best means of achieving that goal is through the democracy of the local church, not through the autocracy of a single individual or the aristocracy of a few individuals.
The number of cavesnails has significantly decreased over the past few decades, and only a single individual was found within established survey areas between January 11, 2001, and April 22, 2003.

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