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a single object (as distinguished from a pair)

a set containing a single member

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the playing card that is the only card in a suit held in a bridge hand as initially dealt

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Singleton, of Maun Close, Retford, Nottinghamshire, admitted conspiracy to supply Class A drugs and possessing amphetamine with intent to supply.
The two organs will be played together but there has to be a change in one of the performers as Mr Marshall died in 2005 so Robert Gower, organist at Nottingham Cathedral, is now joining Martin Singleton for this year's recital.
Born about 1843 in New Bern, North Carolina, Singleton spent most of his first twenty years on a nearby plantation owned by John Handcock Nelson.
Scudder, a 10,000-circulation daily was "a big deal," Singleton says.
Company President Steve Singleton has over two dozen years experience in the industry marketing F&I systems and key control systems.
About Singleton Marine Singleton Marine is a division of OneWater Marine Holdings, LLC.
Brockholes BC 2 New North Rd 1: D Peaker (owes 55) 125 C Bintliffe (130) 200, M Peaker (owes 100) 200 R Singleton (105) 138, J Hodge (owes 55) 200 G Matthws (130) 167.
Singleton was certainly quick, and a comfortable pole position in qualifying on the opening day marked an immediate improvement.
If general district hospitals like Neath Port Talbot and Princess of Wales can have an out-of-hours service then why should Singleton be different?
An additional factor, however, is that singletons conceived through these techniques have almost a doubled risk of having low or very low birth weight, even if they were the only fetus present during pregnancy.
Sister Monica Sinclair says the Singleton Convent Collection comprises some 7500 books, journals, periodicals, pamphlets, sheet music, records and audio material which reflect the history of the Sisters of Mercy at Singleton since their arrival in Australia from Ireland in 1875.
He had begun work on what would become the first multimedia spectacle produced by a classical dance company, a ballet whose two protagonists, Trinette Singleton and Miximiliano Zomosa, would grace the cover of the March 15, 1968, Time magazine, which had proclaimed, "Joffrey Ballet's Astarte.
The last time most of you heard from Al Singleton, the immediate past president of AFS, was on this page in the December 1990 issue of modern casting when he talked to you about the events leading up to the AFS/ACMA merger.
Dan Singleton Appointed President of Solutions Provider to the Financial Services Industry; Expanded Role Will Support Increased Focus on Growth
June 22, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Long time digital agency owner and search engine optimization consultant, Phil Singleton, announces the launch of a new book he has co-written: The Small Business Owner's Guide To Local Lead Generation.