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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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Thornton brings with her 10 years of sales and management experience, eight of which have been with SOLE. Prior to this promotion, she held the titles of sales manager and director of sales.
Season to taste and pour over the lemon sole fillets.
Plant height of pearlmillet at maturity was statistically equal, but found higher in sole pearlmillet as compared to pearlmillet with intercrops (Table 1.) which might be attributed to higher cell elongation due to auxin accumulation in plants (Malik and Srivastava, 1982) and (Choudhary, 2009) moreover, light availability was comparatively lesser due to higher plant densities under sole crop.
The number of expired CRs as on December 31, 2016 stood at 117,038 including 75,864 sole proprietorships and 41,174 commercial companies.
Sole Academy has paved the way to make available in Manila today what you could only get abroad in the past.
David Sole & Associates was established ten years ago to provide coaching and leadership for senior executives and board/ team facilitation.
She is also raising funding from tech giants to provide "SOLE in a Box" kits to underserved schools in rural locations.
Recently, that office has had to deal with acquisitions of the "sole member change" variety, and to consider the conditions of such transactions.
SOLE has lead to some amazing experiences and opportunities for me and all the others involved in it, and the amazing experiences are far from ending.
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.
Length, width and depth of sole ulcer were measured on every subsequent dressing.