- n. Plural form of singleton.
“What two long-term singletons think about Lisa Snowdon's 'bane' of being Successful,”
“US babies mysteriously shrinking The 52-gram drop in the weight of full-term singletons cannot be explained by an increase in caesarean sections, which shorten gestation”
“The 52-gram drop in the weight of full-term singletons cannot be explained by an increase in caesarean sections, which shorten gestation”
“In the 20's through the 30's, a network diagram of the libertarian movement would have been full of "singletons" - isolated libertarians who were astonished to meet another, because each thought he was the only one.”
“The latest ABS stats show the rise of the "singletons" - the result of an ageing population and divorce rates.”
“The cases in this study were defined as singletons with spontaneous onset of PTB between 22 gestational weeks and 0 out of 7 days”
“Parikh last year published a study in The New England Journal of Medicine calculating a baby's survival odds based on gestational age, sex, birth weight, whether a mother was given steroids before delivery and whether infants were "singletons" or part of a multiple birth such as twins.”
“Her sassy tales of righteous freedom, which have been spun into three books and inspired a TV soap opera, make her an icon of sorts for Taiwan's young female "singletons," who see marriage and motherhood as a straitjacket.”
“While the multigenerational scope of the novel is probably too broad for a single movie, I think that it would work to focus the story on Mark, one of the few "singletons" in the survivalist colony of clones.”
“Though he implanted many embryos for each pregnancy, Kamrava said his goal was always to have "singletons," or single-baby pregnancies.”
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