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  • n. Plural form of solitaire.


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  • But when it comes to the most popular kind of diamond -- the round, brilliant-cut stone that is a staple of engagement solitaires -- a key factor embedded in the cut rating is likely to have a big impact on value.

    Five myths about diamonds

  • A light cotton Armani shift, a TSE cashmere sweater loosely belted, ballet flats, and one-carat sapphire solitaires at her throat and ears.


  • Young and old, men and women, boys and girls, families, couples, solitaires, gangs of middle-aged brothers and sisters, posses of little kids, teenagers in love walking hand in hand, teenagers out of love walking with arms folded and solid walls of silence between them.

    Lance Mannion:

  • David stepped into the store and saw the salesclerk putting away a collection of solitaires.

    The Best of Friends

  • Thanks to a functional mix of housing, study and leisure and the arrangement of the buildings as solitaires in the landscape, the university compound from the 1950ies is one of the few real campuses in the Netherlands.

    New Student Housing at the University of Twente

  • Ms. Stovall shook her head, making the diamond solitaires in her ears sparkle in the sunlight.

    Mama Dearest

  • About 1640, he joined a small group of solitaires who lived in the countryside near Port-Royal and were associated with the convent.

    Antoine Arnauld

  • Blaise Pascal was closely associated with the solitaires beginning in 1655.

    Antoine Arnauld

  • The skill-to-luck ratios of solitaires are pretty obvious.

    Archive 2007-12-01

  • Living in Asia myself, I note that many adults And I'm talking of the post 30/40 generation are actually playing several of these free-to-play games over their regular solitaires.

    How will "free-to-play" business models affect the gaming landscape in the West?


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