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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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After adjustment for confounders, academic performance was similar between all singletons and between ART twins and ART singletons.
KEBAB shop killer Irene Singleton was on bail for a savage assault when she beat a total stranger to death, the Record can reveal.
Another example is the name Singleton, which remains prevalent in the north west of England, but with a substantial number of Singletons in Mississippi: it is thought they emigrated by ship from Liverpool to New Orleans.
Chubby's Coneys, which longtime Fayetteville residents may remember from its previous location downtown on Block Street in the early 1990s, is reopening this month, according to owner Floyd Singleton, who is partnering with his brother, Wade Singleton, on the restaurant.
My grandfather, Edward Singleton, was the landlord of the Old Gate in about 1919.
In the end, Singletons choice was to continue antipsychotic drugs even though he would be executed.
Again, that happens to plenty of parents of singletons.
Harold Singleton was right last year when he proclaimed that there is value in any market if you know where to look.
Singletons and babies from twin births each accounted for 43% of infants conceived by ART.
Gestational diabetes occurred in 18% overall (16% of singleton and 25% of twin pregnancies).
Couples don't tend to spend double the amount on birthday or wedding presents that singletons do, and getting a cab home usually costs the same regardless of how many people share it.
The Singletons, both 38, entered their plea after prosecutors agreed to dismiss charges of making false statements to receive health care and perjury by declaration, Portillo said.