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[L., singulorum]
Of each; used in writing prescriptions.
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Mr Hunt added: "What is going to be very important in the coming years is that if a minister or a member of the Government walks into an opticians to get a sight test or spectacles, professionally, people in that practice are singing from the same song sheet.
The end result may not put risk managers in the lead, but it's much more critical to have stakeholders singing from the same song sheet.
CHILDREN from this school are all singing from the same song sheet when it comes to safety.
In my experience the only way to have any chance of saving a situation like Corus and the 1,700 jobs is for all the high profile people to unite together, singing from the same song sheet, instead of going for individual cheap publicity.
Secondly, in his approach to his job at the LAPD he's definitely not singing from the same song sheet as all the other people he has to work with.
Captain for the day Alan Tate says that new boss Roberto Martinez has got the Swansea City squad singing from the same song sheet.
Burley was also singing from the same song sheet, but was verging more towards loan deals that could strengthen his back four.
I DON'T often find myself singing from the same song sheet as children's minister Beverley Hughes, but I'm with her when she says there's not much more the Government can do to tackle Britain's reputation as the pregnancy capital of Europe.
THE BOAT RACE has attracted the attention of the spread firms and it seems that they are all singing from the same song sheet for today's clash, writes Geoffrey Riddle.