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unaided

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unsupported by other people

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without help from others

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without assistance

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Spotted while treading the boards in a Dublin production of The Lieutenant Of Inishmore five years ago, McDonnell and two of his castmates were invited to audition for Single-Handed and they all got parts.
But I think this is what makes Single-Handed interesting - there's a mystery to be solved, but we are also dealing with a guy who has his own issues and problems as well.
I don't need to practice boat speed, as I am confident that I can get the best out of the boat, but I need to practice sailing single-handed as it is a very different discipline from crewed racing.
He worked for Princess Margaret and Lord Snowdon, sometimes serving all the top Royals single-handed at Kensington Palace dinners.
The German Army has placed a firm order for 15,000 of the new single-handed knives from Victorinox.
The first such was author Jonathan Waterman, who made the 2,200-mile journey single-handed, by kayak, skis and sailboat.
After narrowly failing to deny Manchester United virtually single-handed at Old Trafford with a virtuoso performance, the former Leicester goalkeeper gave his post-match interview wearing a pair of
2001: Former SAS officer Peter Bray became the first person to canoe single-handed across the Atlantic.
Newly married, and with only two years' sailing experience behind her, she reached Dartmouth, England, in 1978 on her yacht 'Express Crusader' to become the first woman to sail single-handed around the globe via Cape Horn.
Here Bergeron's stimulus is twofold, those who see Inigo Jones as single-handed in his later intr oduction of the new style from the Continent and those who, looking only toward Whitehall and the royal masques, would deny the importance of civic pageantry in the culture of England.
Single-handed molecules are crucial in medicine, since proteins, amino acids, and other biochemical targets of drugs exist naturally in only one of the two forms.
Surgeons enjoy single-handed control of the entire endoscope camera system without having to rotate the camera in relation to the endoscope eyepiece, leaving a free hand for use with other instruments.
We'll just send him, and he'll win the war single-handed.
Through the single-handed efforts of one Congressman, Christopher Smith (Rep.