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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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Overall women tabled 12 legislations - six singly and six jointly collaborating with their male colleagues.
Human stem cells isolated from fat tissue were encapsulated in the singly and doubly crosslinked regions.
As it stands, it is a jarring moment of seeing people in the mass, rather than singly, that sits uncomfortably in the novel.
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The researchers found that CBT used singly or in combination with zolpidem produced significant improvements in the amount of time that it took to fall asleep, time awake after falling to sleep, and sleep efficiency during initial therapy.
On average, size of clutch of singly parasitized nests was reduced relative to unparasitized nests by 0.
In low-bias risk trials, after exclusion of selenium trials, beta carotene, vitamin A, and vitamin E, singly or combined, significantly increased mortality.
Seed should be sown in April in the greenhouse singly in 7cm pots containing multi-purpose compost.
WEEK seven of our Spirit of Liverpool challenge features the courageous: men and women, who singly, or together, have been up against the odds and won through.
Their work is tiring and dangerous when the Sinisteeds, the nightmare perpetrators, appear--at first singly and then in hordes.
Straw not only introduces these various health promoting practices and remedies, but also she offers careful warnings and cautions regarding their safest use singly or in combination with other measures showing her excellent efforts to give a panoramic view of the best available preventive methods and alternative health care treatments.
Emerging singly from their social clusters, they danced with zest and virility, then slipped smoothly back into the groups.