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sin·gle·ton

(sing'gĕl-tŏn),
1. A fetus that develops alone.
2. Synonym(s): sport
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singleton

(sĭng′gəl-tən)
n.
1. One that is single, especially:
a. A child or animal born as a single birth, especially in contrast to one that is part of a multiple birth.
b. A playing card that is the only one of its suit in a player's hand.
c. An unmarried person.
d. Linguistics A nongeminate consonant.
2. An individual separated or distinguished from two or more of its group.

singleton

[sing′gəlton]
an offspring born alone.

singleton

A baby or person who is not a twin or higher multiple.

singleton

Medtalk One baby. Cf Triplet, Twin.

sin·gle·ton

(sing'gĕl-tŏn)
A fetus that develops alone.
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Prosecutor Paul Cleasby told how Singleton drove from Nottinghamshire to the outskirts of Leeds, where he took a package out of a Vauxhall Insignia and put it into a VW Caddy van.
The two church organs were played in concert by Dr Philip Marshall, organist Lincoln Cathedral, and Martin Singleton, assistant at Chester Cathedral.
William Henry Singleton grew up as a slave in North Carolina, served in the Union Army during the Civil War, and spent his postwar career in various cities in the North, where he was a popular speaker on patriotic occasions, especially in Peekskill, New York, during his residence there from 1907 to 1924.
Singleton, 46, built his company and his early reputation by buying up faltering, mostly smaller newspaper properties, slashing their payrolls and coaxing them into the black--sometimes drawing sharp criticism in the process.
Key-Troll is ideal for smaller dealerships without a lot of keys to track and perfect for larger dealerships to use in their used car and service departments," said Singleton.
For the last 20 years, we've sold a handful of boats each year to customers on Smith Lake from our Lake Martin location," said Austin Singleton, CEO of OneWater Marine Holdings, parent company of Singleton Marine.
SINGLETON CUP ROUNDS Rastrick New Rd 2 New North Rd A 1: C Evans (80) 200 C Bintcliffe (130) 186, A Bottomley (35) 200 G Matthews (130) 158, D Bottomley (55) 168 R Singleton (105) 200.
After proving to be on the leading pace but out-of-luck during the first two meetings of the fiercely-contested national Super One Series, Singleton headed to the demanding Cumbrian circuit of Rowrah following a year's absence from the Lewis Hamilton and Bernie Ecclestone-backed FKS championship.
It is eight miles from Singleton to Morriston, further if you are travelling from Mumbles, Killay or Gower.
MediaNews Group CEO William Dean Singleton takes control of a paper his company purchased more than a year-and-a-half ago, naming himself publisher of the Salt Lake Tribune on August 1, his 51st birthday.
However, because singletons conceived by this technology--even if they were born at term and the pregnancy had involved a single fetus-have an increased risk of low birth weight, the investigators conclude that "infants from both singleton and multiple births must be considered in assessing the effect of assisted reproductive technology on the rate of low birth weight in the United States.
The Sisters of Mercy at Singleton want researchers and interested people to be aware that they are welcome to use the Convent's vast library collection for historical research.