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One singular point which struck her quick feminine eye was that although he wore some dark coat, such as he had started to town in, he had on neither collar nor necktie.
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.
That singular point alone must keep us in sober assessment.
Illy has a singular point of view on these holidays, and a focused approach to marking them in the more than 140 countries where our coffee can be enjoyed.
Universities are not supposed to be about indoctrination of a singular point of view, and as far as teaching students how to engage in critical analysis, that cannot take place in an environment where we try to insulate them from anything that might make them feel uncomfortable.
The Owner can save time and money, have one singular point of contact, fewer change orders, and a reduced risk of liability so the process becomes more streamlined.
The singular point is this: In consumer marketing, the power of endorsement is clear.
On sufficient conditions for a function to be analytic, and on behavior of analytic functions in the neighborhood of non-isolated singular point.
Each of the four stars will also contribute to several Tyson Foods co-branded written features for the popular editorial series, Best Play I Ever Made, where athletes break down signature career moments from their own singular point of view.