from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Relating to the state of a widow; widowed.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of or pertaining to the state of a widow; widowed.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of, pertaining, or relating to the state of a widow.
"I remind you that my staff and I considered this indi'vidual's release and return premature."
Each Dome City had its own robot, android and cyborg labs, where units were custom designed for particular purposes or indi - vidual Citizens.
T vidual, who was believed to be residing here, was wanted for questioning.
After prayers of repentance, there will be time for indi-vidual confession, then we will celebrate the Holy Mystery of Anointing with Holy Oil for healing.
McKimson evolved into a truly horrible director as he entered the 1950s, completely void of all vidual & creative inspiration Bill Melendez told me he used to argue with McKimson over the rigid policy on layout drawings.
On the Writing for Interactive module, all the screenwriting students had to give a ten-minute audio-vidual presentation for their interactive entertainment project.
Hundreds of people, most of them against the death penalty, kept vidual outside of the prison.
Notice that a threshold occurs at the indi vidual level of analysis, whereas the critical mass operates at the system level.
In other words, much of what a well-trained physician does, and is convinced he knows, is not supported by valid scientific evidence applicable to the actual situation of the indi-vidual sick person.
Water Commission will enable the two countries to bring their indi - vidual wisdom and experience to the table.
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