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Single

In American taxation, the filing status for a legally unmarried person who does not qualify for any other filing status. In other words, single is the default filing status. This may affects one's tax liability; for example, single filers have lower income limits for most exemptions.

Single

The filing status used by an unmarried taxpayer who does not qualify for any other filing status.
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Moreover, subordination to God's will through self-renunciation paradoxically intensifies the freedom of the single individual.
Between waging secret wars, enacting wage and price controls, and producing Watergate, Tricky Dick did more than any other single individual to encourage cynicism about government and wariness of presidential power.
In a democratic society where every single individual has inviolable rights, it is the duty and responsibility of politicians to safeguard those individual rights and freedoms.
The company's technology enables a single individual to not only prepare, but also sequence a genome after performing only one sample preparation, irrespective of the size of the genome being investigated.
There is also agreement that it is prudent to have policy decisions made by committee rather than by a single individual.
Art is not made by a single individual," said exhibit curator Virginia Raguin, "it is made by the intersection of individuals.
The vast extent and the many subtleties of the Hughes canon--including secondary and posthumous resources--would lead to inevitable oversights by almost any single individual.
Hybrid gang culture is characterized by mixed racial and ethnic participation within a single gang, participation in multiple gangs by a single individual, vague rules and codes of conduct for gang members, use of symbols and colors from multiple--even rival--gangs, collaboration by rival gangs in criminal activities, and the merger of smaller gangs into larger ones.
a single individual earning $30,000 who loses $31 more than she gains if she requires a course of physiotherapy and an eye exam;
Closer perusal of the note showed that only a single individual was listed as visiting, Lord Elis-Thomas, the presiding officer.
Of course, the more strategic the domain, the bigger the goal and the less probable that any single individual alone can accomplish all the tasks necessary to achieve that goal.

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