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single

1. (of a flower) having only one set or whorl of petals
2. Archaic (of ale, beer, etc.) mild in strength
3. a gramophone record, CD, or cassette with a short recording, usually of pop music, on it
4. Golf a game between two players
5. Cricket a hit from which one run is scored
6. 
a. Brit a pound note
b. US and Canadian a dollar note
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Tarzan's purpose centered upon but a single individual and him he never lost sight of.
It abounded in neither venison, nor the wild-beef of the prairies; its crafty owner having well understood that the liberality of a single individual would be abundantly rewarded by the daily contributions of a band.
It seemed to me then that I must be totally eliminated from further search for Bowen, since, as I estimated it, the three hundred miles of Caspakian territory I must traverse to reach the base of the cliffs beyond which my party awaited me were practically impassable for a single individual unaccustomed to Caspakian life and ignorant of all that lay before him.
Not a solitary single individual dem, my soul,' and Mr Mantalini, raising himself upon his elbow.
Under the campaign financing rules, the challengers cannot accept any donations exceeding $100 from a single individual, organization or company because they have declined to participate in the voluntary cap.
Can a single individual with an adjusted gross income of $25,000, who is covered by an employer's retirement plan, place $2,000 in an IRA and take a full deduction off their income taxes?
AngelMobile will establish media partnerships as well as provide original programming, and put the power of mass media content in the hands of a single individual without using established closed media channels to deliver content.
He said that dengue can only be eliminated with coordinated and combined efforts because dengue is our common enemy, therefore every single individual and government departments should discharge their responsibilities for the elimination of dengue with devotion and diligence.
A related provision provided that real estate reporting persons will not be required to file Forms 1099-S, Proceeds From Real Estate Transactions, for sales or exchanges of principal residences with a sales price of $250,000 or less for a single individual ($500,000 for married individuals), so long as the reporting person obtains a certification from the seller in a form acceptable to the Treasury that the property is the seller's principal residence and the full amount of the gain on such sale or exchange can be excluded.
The newly imposed tight limits on the amount a candidate can raise from a single individual will not curb a candidate's realistic need for a substantial campaign war chest to remain viable, it will simply force the more cash-starved candidates out of the political arena altogether, or force them to spend far more of their time running around raising money from a larger pool of individuals in a desperate effort to reach the exact same mathematical objective as before; to be financially competitive in a world where money is still the mother's milk of politics.
In determining common ownership, certain family members (for example, husbands and wives working inthe same business) are treated as a single individual.
If a single individual eligible for the exclusion marries someone who has used the exclusion within two years before the marriage, the individual is still entitled to the entire $250,000 exclusion.

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