Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of singleton.

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Examples

  • What two long-term singletons think about Lisa Snowdon's 'bane' of being Successful,

    Home | Mail Online

  • 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

    New Scientist - Online News

  • The 52-gram drop in the weight of full-term singletons cannot be explained by an increase in caesarean sections, which shorten gestation

    New Scientist - Online News

  • 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 Sociology of the V.R.W.C., Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • The latest ABS stats show the rise of the "singletons" - the result of an ageing population and divorce rates.

    The Sydney Morning Herald News Headlines

  • The cases in this study were defined as singletons with spontaneous onset of PTB between 22 gestational weeks and 0 out of 7 days

    PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles

  • 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.

    Study sheds light on survival rate of preemie babies

  • 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.

    Taiwan and the Single Girl

  • 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.

    May 2008

  • Though he implanted many embryos for each pregnancy, Kamrava said his goal was always to have "singletons," or single-baby pregnancies.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

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