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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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Productivity of the 30-g western tanager was reduced by 52% in singly parasitized nests, and 71% in multiply parasitized nests.
The dancers worked singly or in groups, as they wished; sometimes no one would be in my rehearsal, and I would just work alone.
You can contribute to both a Roth IRA and a Solo (k) as long as you earned $110,000 or less Adjusted Gross Income, filing singly.
1 crore and working capital under Nayak Committee norms; (iv) banks who have sanctioned term loan singly or jointly must also sanction Working Capital limit singly (or jointly), to avoid delay in commencement of commercial production; (v) introduce Centralised Credit Processing Cell; (vi) banks to focus on opening more specialised micro, small and medium enterprise branches; (vii) banks to consider introduction of Factoring Services, particularly for MSMEs (viii) new definition of sick small enterprise to remove the delay and (ix) timely identification and treatment of sickness in MSME sector.
Hubert Dalwood Bryan Kneale and others) sometimes singly, sometimes in groups, appearing almost as natural outcrops of topography and summoning up a subliminal sense of the prehistoric.
The synergy that allows the proteins to work together but not singly may arise because the pair activates one or more genes not yet identified, she says.
Taken singly, every detail of Cook's canvases recalls something in the work of one of her contemporaries or recent precursors: Kevin Appel's weightless architectural geometry; Inka Essenhigh's dispersed composition; John Wesley--style comic-book eroticism; a Rymanesque play with signature and date as formal elements; '8os-style commodity discourse; and, sometimes, bravado-filled titles Julian Schnabel wouldn't flinch at.
The tables are meant to be used singly as end tables, or grouped to make a coffee-table arrangement.
with the stage stripped bare to the back and in harsh, revealing lighting, the dancers stomp on, singly or in small groups, and suddenly, seemingly nonchalantly, decide to dance the demanding and exciting choreography.
Quest's products, used singly or in combination, offer immediate benefit using the Windows infrastructure most organizations already have in place.
However, females of the related four species of singly mating Pontomiya are wingless at maturity.
Pete and Steffi - as in Sampras and Graf - won't make beautiful music together, but singly they should make life anything but easy for those in their way as another tennis campaign commences in earnest beside the tranquil Yarra River in sunstruck Melbourne.