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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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The Circle of Champions award is given by the board of directors to celebrate a single individual's extraordinary impact on the fragrance industry.
Bevy can be used by a single individual or set up to allow access by multiple users--a great option for small offices with significant photo storage and access requirements.
Given that the council has been able to manage perfectly well without a chief executive for two years it seems rather strange, during this period of austerity, that it deems it necessary to pay such a colossal sum of money to a single individual.
Quave's donation, which he recently made official at a local gathering of MCC trustees, staff and some of his closest old friends, is thought to be the largest sum ever provided to MCC by a single individual.
In the course of writing the book, Abley found he was not just discussing the sins of a single individual but exploring the troubled roots on which Canada was built.
It is the unquestionable opinion of a single individual and grounds that are suitable for all kinds of abuses.
Ruhli, who announced the results of the study last week, 1,200 years after Charlemagne's death, said the bones appear to belong to a single individual, an old and rather tall man.
Swami Ramdev ji is not thinking about the wellbeing of a single individual. In fact, he is concerned with the welfare of the nation," he added.
The ATRA raises the bar for single taxpayers to be considered wealthy, as compared to married couples (specifically, the $400,000 threshold for a single individual versus the $450,000 threshold for married couples); this divergence in the thresholds of taxable income between single individuals and married couples will increase the marriage penalty.
Summary: In a massive gold haul from a single individual, the Air Intelligence Unit (AIU) of Hyderabad Customs seized over two kilogrammes of gold bars and about one kilogramme of rhodium-polished gold chains from a passenger who arrived at the Rajiv Gandhi International Airport from Dubai.
AALTCI came up with the 2013 price figure by looking at the cost of coverage for a 55-year-old, single individual who is buying $162,000 in current benefits.
But evidently, if you launder nearly a billion dollars for drug cartels and violate our international sanctions, your company pays a fine and you go home and sleep in your own bed at night - every single individual associated with this - and I just think that's fundamentally wrong.'

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