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singleton

1. Bridge an original holding of one card only in a suit
2. Maths a set containing only one member

Singleton

(religion, spiritualism, and occult)

In a bucket (or funnel) chart, all of the planets but one are on one side of an astrological chart. The isolated planet is called the handle or singleton.

singleton

[′siŋ·gəl·tən]
(mathematics)
A set that has only one element.
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The difference was statistically significant between ART and non-ART singletons (P < .
She's never got over the fact that Singleton was only given 13 years.
6) The Eighth Circuit majority opinion made much of the fact that Singleton was already taking psychotropic medication voluntarily.
Singleton says the refinancing boom and Washington Mutual's reputation as a conservative lender contributed to a 16.
There are lots of ways that singletons can save money, such as searching for a lower rate mortgage, credit card or loan, but they can also do little things like clubbing together with other singletons to buy wedding and birthday gifts for friends.
Charges were filed after it was discovered during a case review that Bradley Singleton reported more earnings to the Internal Revenue Service than to the Los Angeles County Department of Public Social Services, Portillo said.
The mean gestational age at birth was 28 weeks in both groups; the mean birth weight was 1,039 g in the multiple group and 1,035 g among singletons.
If convicted of the 1978 rape and mutilation attack under today's laws, Singleton would have been in prison until at least 2000, and probably a lot longer.
The cohort included 5,237 singletons, 3,678 twins, and 642 singleton survivors of a vanishing-twin pregnancy.
Between January of 1993 and June of 2003, he and his associates studied 74 women with triplets and 76 singleton controls who had chorionic villus sampling at 10-13 weeks' gestation.
Sixteen (84%) of 19 twin pregnancies and 43 (75%) of 57 singletons succeeded in delivering vaginally.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Triplets grow at the same rates as singletons until about 24-27 weeks' gestation, when the growth of triplets slows down, Dr.