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Synonyms for individual

Synonyms for individual

belonging to, relating to, or affecting a particular person

being or related to a distinct entity

serving to identify or set apart an individual or group

of, relating to, or intended for a distinctive thing or group

one that exists independently

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a human being

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a single organism

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being or characteristic of a single thing or person

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separate and distinct from others of the same kind

characteristic of or meant for a single person or thing

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concerning one person exclusively

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More than once some individual has appeared to me with such negligence of labor and such commanding contemplation, a haughty beneficiary begging in the name of God, as made good to the nineteenth century Simeon the Stylite, the Thebais, and the first Capuchins.
The attraction of these manners is that they belong to man, and are known to every man in virtue of his being once a child; besides that there are always individuals who retain these characteristics.
Casey Martin case, the Supreme Court established three tests to determine ADA compliance: (1) whether the requested modification is reasonable; (2) whether it is necessary for the individual, and (3) whether it would fundamentally alter the nature of the competition.
Developing program leadership skills is also important from the individual employee's perspective.
The court noted, however, that "[o]ther costs ordinarily incurred by masts, such as fees paid to trustees, expenses associated with judicial accountings, and the costs of preparing and filing fiduciary income tax returns, are not ordinarily incurred by individual taxpayers, and they would be fully deductible under the exception created by [section] 67(e)" Id.
Rehabilitation professionals are prepared to provide an individual with disability assistance in achieving their goals.
In the growth stage, an individual begins to develop his or her self-concept (Super, 1957).
In some instances, a violent and combative individual must be transported to a medical facility for treatment.
But on a daily basis over an individual's life-course, it is the direct immediacy of interpersonal contact of the first degree that most recognizably shapes his or her individual world.
In the body of this book, Santorum examines what he calls the "five pillars of American civilization"--otherwise put, the arenas within which individuals may cultivate the virtues needed for individual success and for the survival of the American experiment in self-government.
Its analysis finds that in no way could the Second Amendment be properly construed to be anything other than a protection of an individual right.
Once an at-risk individual has been identified, it is important to intervene as soon as possible.
Selecting designated measures throughout a composition to be memory stations, an individual could confidently jump to these if the need arose.
Consumer organizations can work with VR agencies to identify and coordinate those activities most appropriate for the needs of their staff and individual consumers.
Under the common law standard, the essence of the distinction between an employee and an independent contractor is the degree of control the employer exercises over the manner and means in which the individual performs his or her duties.
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