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sole

adjective individual, insular, isolated, lone, one, only, separate, single, singular, solitary, solus, unattended, unicus, unique, unus
Associated concepts: sole actor, sole and exclusive cause, sole and unconditional owner, sole proprietor, sole surviving heir
See also: exclusive, individual, singular, solitary, unique

SOLE. Alone, single; used in contradistinction to joint or married. A sole tenant, therefore, is one who holds lands in his own right, without being joined with any other. A feme sole is a single woman; a sole corporation is one composed of only one natural person.

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The ministry urged owners of sole proprietorships and commercial companies to cancel or renew their expired CRs till March 31, 2018 to ensure accuracy of their establishments' data.
3 Place the lemon sole into the pan and cook for around 5-7 minutes, then turn the sole over and repeat.
David Sole & Associates was established ten years ago to provide coaching and leadership for senior executives and board/ team facilitation.
The most popular recipe of Sole is Sole a la Meuniere, which translates as "in the style of miller's wife" and denotes to the fish being dusted with flour before cooking.
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Alliance Bank is expected to save its clients significant revenue by transitioning them from paper cheques to the SOLE Paycard.
We clean the shoe, getting rid of any little stones, dirt and debris which have become embedded in the sole.
Sole Power could manage just sixth of nine behind Mustajeeb in the Group 2 Greenlands Stakes at the Curragh on his first outing back in Europe - but that race is run over six furlongs, a trip the eight-year-old has never won at.
And, Freudenberg is already at work on the next generation of Airliner for people who perspire through the soles of the their feet.
All crops were fertilized with recommended dose of NPK at the rate of 120:60:40 kg for maize, 150:80:100 kg for potato, 120:60:60 kg for mustard, 80:40:40 kg for toria, 20:60:0 kg for pea, 80:40:0 kg for linseed and 150:75:75 kg/ha for wheat in both sole and intercrops.
From the fleece, cut one sole pair, one toe pair, two socks and two cuffs of each pattern size.
In our previous studies, however, we presented evidence that the horizontal muscular system underlying the ciliated epithelium in the foot sole of L.