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Synonyms for solitarily

without the presence or aid of another

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We studied the breeding biology of Barn Swallows from late March to late June 2014, in a residential area around Hayama-machi, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan (35[degrees] 16' N, 139[degrees] 35' E), in which swallows breed solitarily (Ministry of the Environment 1997).
This species is solitarily distributed in forests or in open areas, and is most commonly found in degraded areas where the species is a dominant pioneer.
Yet they are in the end too separate from their worlds, too autonomous, too solitarily human.
According to the agreement, all captives imprisoned solitarily shall be released from sole confinement within 72 hours," with their families allowed to visit them, said Hamas official Saleh Al-Arawri.
After ar least five decades of "perversion" and "gnostic" consternation of community personalism, Europe should have retaken, solitarily and solidarily, its Christian origin, from a theological and philosophical point of view as well as from a political and juridical one, by the assumed option for a geopolitics of religions in the spirit of new occidental multiculturalism.
This technique also echoes the film's poster, in which McConaughey stands solitarily holding a football, brightly framed against the steeples, rooftops, and trees of Marshall University's home in Huntington.
It's why much of Pleasure, his first real album as Pure X with longtime friends Youngblood and Jenkins, was written solitarily.
6) Halona, from this series, (see figure 1) shows a girl by that name posing wistfully next to a wooden school desk; having felt the sting of bias at school, she now learns solitarily at a computer rather than sit among her classmates at a conventional school desk.
Its central symbol is the Lighthouse presented, ambivalently, through extinguished lights, distorted reflections, and its solitarily haunting strokes, summoning the image of the dead Mrs.
Language 'spricht einzig und einsam, mit sich selber' ('speaks singularly and solitarily with itself).
When sampling at roosts, the most accurate estimates likely come from solitarily species or those that roost in small colonies (e.
1), (3) Each adult female can live for five years and solitarily reproduce.
Medical researchers, for example, have speculated on how health can be affected by how locations are devised, such as the need to create 'walkable communities' to encourage people to do more walking, more social interaction and less sitting solitarily at home in front of the television.