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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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For this purpose, a domestic pension trust is treated as a single individual.
RDX also alerts users in real time if any parameters are violated and allows multiple capture locations to form a single bank deposit that can be reviewed and approved by a single individual.
A C corporation all of whose stock is owned by a single individual closely resembles a sole proprietorship.
Sermo is built on the premise that large numbers of "inside experts," in this instance, practicing physicians, are better at solving problems and predicting future events than a single individual or even a small group of experts.
The expert for the IRS admitted that in valuing the voting stock at a premium over the nonvoting stock (because of its swing vote attributes), he had assumed the stock owned by the Simmons family was owned by a single individual, rather than by a family.
The largest single individual gift to date in the Museum's 175 years--the Gordon contribution will help educate young people to be the inventors of the future and inspire them to embrace the rigors and rewards of becoming engineering leaders.
For a firm whose computers are not networked, it might be best to assign a single individual to be responsible for monitoring (either manually or on a PC) the due date control log.
People typically think that major technological and organizational breakthroughs are most often driven by a single individual or company," said Rao, "but this study shows that innovation and entrepreneurship are more often the result of collective action over time.
Although by nature, the EOY Award recognizes a single individual, I am keenly aware that it's the team effort which has enabled our company to survive and thrive.
Variable Digital Printing is one of the premier tools for doing this by enabling highly customized, variable communications specifically focused on a single individual.
Katevatis added, "this extraordinary Alliance contractually endows Mediscience with on-going technical resources, not available in any other single individual or un-experienced entity, to be applied to our CD-R, technology, our FDA clinicals and subsequent sequential market entry of additional Mediscience Platform applications.
Every single individual can -- and must -- take actions that keep pollutants out of local waterways.

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