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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.
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singleton

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

Medtalk One baby. Cf Triplet, Twin.
McGraw-Hill Concise Dictionary of Modern Medicine. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

sin·gle·ton

(sing'gĕl-tŏn)
A fetus that develops alone.
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Semi-finals: Aidan/Harold Hick (Alm Lib/Mirfield Old Bank) (3) 3 Ian Singleton/Scott Singleton (Golcar Lib /Almondbury) (2) 21; Michael Hick /Ethan Hick (Almondbury Lib) (2) 21 Nigel Kain/ Stephaine Halmshaw (Marsh Lib) (5) 10.
In the first episode, the families/friends seemed to be familiar with the bachelor George Morris and from the word go the show sparked amusement as even the questions asked by one of the first families' Winx's, were not so serious to maybe get the singleton to come back.
The mean test scores were 7.16 in ART singletons, 6.74 in nonART singletons, and 7.21 in ART twins.
The inquest heard that warning signs were not acted on by midwives even though Mrs Singleton was in great pain.
Singleton's assault case was delayed after the murder and was finally dealt with yesterday.
If e and f are elements, we say that e is a singleton of f if [for all]x (x [member of] e [??] x = f).
She must have considered whether accepting Singletons decision to take antipsychotics was tantamount to assisting a suicide.
The numbers of singletons conceived with ART who had low and very low birth weight were nearly twice the predicted numbers (risk ratio, 1.8 for each).
Low birth weights occurred in 30% of the infants overall (11% of singletons, 51% of twins).
Over a third of singletons in the Midlands believe they are penalised financially because of their personal status, according to research from cahoot.
The first frame contained an irrelevant singleton. In some blocks these singletons occupied the same location as the targets (valid trails), in other blocks they were presented on different locations (invalid trails).