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Synonyms for solitaire

a gem (usually a diamond) in a setting by itself

extinct flightless bird related to the dodo

a dull grey North American thrush noted for its beautiful song

a card game played by one person

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To help you make the right choice when buying that special ring, here are some top tips from Chapelle: Solitare diamond rings are the most popular style.
Her speech to Harry is like the game of solitare she plays, offering only the appearance of exchange.
The ratings incorporate RIIP's success in selling 96% and 42% of total space in its Mumbai-based commercial properties, Platinum TechnoPark and Rupa Solitare, respectively, the agency explained.
Results have been uneven--studies demonstrating that in some places like Milwaukee, WI, more city-assisted brownfields redevelopments should have occurred in poor, ethnic minority communities (McCarthy, 2009), whereas Solitare and Greenberg's (2002) and Greenberg's (2006) evaluations of the U.
Zauber NP, Solitare M, Marotta S, Perera L, Bishop DT Adequacy of colonoscopic biopsy specimens for molecular analysis: a comparative study with colectomy tissue.
Research on redevelopment has examined brownfields from many angles, such as key components of local economic development strategies (Howland, 2003), regional 'smart growth' plans (Greenberg, Lowrie, Mayer, Miller & Solitare, 2001), and initiatives to improve environmental quality and increase the supply of urban parks (De Sousa, 2003).
Is this the way to Amarillo was delivered with humorous aplomb, and plenty of eager audience anticipation, before ending with another Neil Sedaka composition, Solitare