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(sing′gl) [L. singulus, individual, single]
1. Indivisible.
2. Unique.
3. Unmarried.
4. Lone; alone.
5. One only.
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They want to recruit a huge number of single individuals who want to explore the real world of speed dating.
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.
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.
24% involved couples or partners where only one individual was covered, and 22% of policies were purchased by single individuals.
In the case of individuals, the standard deduction for taxable years beginning in 2010 is $11,400 for married individuals filing jointly and surviving spouses; $8,400 for heads of households, $5,700 for single individuals and married individuals filing separately.
Topics addressed include: natural and cultural formation processes on the archaeological record (as discussed through a case study), multiple congenital pathologies in single individuals, stress diagrams as a structural documentation of an architectural heritage, and the use of multivariate statistics for pattern recognition in archaeology.
For example, the Tax Policy Center estimates that 48% of married couples are subject to AMT, Versus only 3% of single individuals. New for 2006, the IRS has released an online tool to help individual taxpayers determine whether they are at risk; see www.
Nevala also said that he would not draw a direct line between terrorism and Islam, as international terrorism was about small Islamic fundamentalist networks and even about single individuals, reported the Finnish news agency STT.
The federal government will also provide up to $600 per year for individuals with incomes below $12,123 for single individuals ($16,362 for couples) for years 2004 and 2005.
Retirement account planning is imperative for single individuals. Married couples should plan for the potential for divorce or death of a spouse.
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Now, this could be the work of 4,800 single individuals writing just one letter each, or it could be 2,400 people writing two letters each, or even 1,200 people writing four letters each.

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