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singular point

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Sikes' dog, there exist strong and singular points of resemblance.
There are some very singular points here," said Holmes, smiling.
Yes, you will find some very singular points about the moor, Dr.
And yet there are singular points about it which hold out some hopes for our client.
Pomoderna and seven monochroms- thus rejected the idea of a singular point of view or an authentic and true image.
In Bill Cosby's latest special, "Bill Cosby 77", he brings his singular point of view and comedy to his favourite topics, relationships, marriage and children.
In Bill Cosby's latest special, "Bill Cosby 77," he brings his singular point of view and comedy to his favorite topics, relationships, marriage and children.
The rest of the 8,759 hours of the year must act as companions in spirit and deed to this singular point of time.
All of this is the natural result of attempts by all parties to involve journalists in the political struggle for the purpose of getting them to cover events from a singular point of view.
The brand's singular point of view on construction and design also stretches beyond denim, including other wardrobe essentials, footwear, and accessories.
Provide value ranges for appraisals instead of arbitrarily assigning a singular point of value.