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[L., singulorum]
Of each; used in writing prescriptions.
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Singalong Auld Hat - New Heids will have the audience singing along with their folk classics
"He asked me to play it again so I played it on my phone on repeat and video-ed him singing along.
Hadley also took time to congratulate a young girl singing along at the front of the crowd who, "knows the words better than I do".
The station (Triple J, it turned out) were playing a song I knew and I found myself singing along as we pulled out of the carpark.
? Sing-along-a-Frozen, Sunday, New Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham, 0844 871 3011, www.atgtickets.com/birmingham Singing along to the hit Disney film Frozen is something which happens in hundreds of homes on a daily basis.
Earlier this year, Mackenzie got a tweet from Harry Styles after she posted a video of herself singing along to the One Direction hit song Live While We're Young.
London, Apr 11 ( ANI ): President Obama couldn't resist singing along when Justin Timberlake performed a rendition of the Otis Redding's classic 'Sittin' On The Dock Of The Bay' at the White House.
The singer admitted to singing along with a "prerecorded track" at the inauguration, giving as a reason that she had no time to practice with the U.S.
LAURA ROBSON came of age with a stunning performance at the US Open to send Kim Clijsters into retirement - and then revealed the hardest thing was not singing along to the music at the change of ends.
Whether singing along to pop, rock, folk songs or movie soundtracks, melody and sound aid the learning process.
When attending public events, I always enjoy singing along with choral and instrumental group performances.
But I quickly realised that in fact he was singing along to the anthem.