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n.1.The state of being sole, or alone; singleness.
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(47) Now we have federal appellate law to add to the Florida Supreme Court, as well as the four bankruptcy cases that all do away with the "soleness" of the charging order as a remedy for creditors against single-member LLCs.
This suggests that the highly disadvantaged position of sole mother families is related fundamentally to the soleness of their parenting, rather than personal characteristics such as lower educational levels or, indeed, labour market participation.
The forlorn lady of Joshua Sylvester's Monodia (1594) mirrors her: having lost her Knight, This doleful Lady left all world's delight, All shows of pleasure and all pomp forsaking, Herself to sadness and to soleness taking, With inward sighs and outward tears lamenting His death whose life was all her life's contenting.