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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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Such redistribution can be achieved through the affectional and physical exchanges described in his singleness papers, exchanges that at least in theory were to stop short of genital touching.
Laical singleness is largely the product of capitalism; in other words, the mass production of consumer goods and equitable distribution of these goods.
Reynolds writes that she is less concerned with establishing a working definition of singleness than examining the fluidity and contradiction in unmarried women's self-definitions.
Coming on the heels of John Najemy's widely acclaimed A History of Florence: 1200-1575 (2006), the volume is yet another sign of the singleness of purpose, deep familiarity with sources, historical personages, economic and political phenomena and events, breadth of vision, comprehensiveness, and commitment that presently characterize scholarship on Renaissance Florence and its sister states.
Christianity influenced by liberalism, however, diminishes this witness by privatizing the family, failing to honor the witness of singleness, and underemphasizing the eschatological witness of the church (139).
For the undisturbed state of singleness the probability represents the limiting condition.
In Singleness of Heart: Origins of the First Baptist Mission to the Creek Nation.
They have sold more than 70 million rerecords during their carrier and have notched up 54 hit singleness and threes worldwide No 1s.
Emphasizing the relevance of celibate singleness for the French women's movement, Ly affirmed that "more and more, we will recruit the elite of our adepts and militants from these noble freethinkers, these inspiring rebels" who were not legally "under their husbands' authority" or otherwise restricted by familial obligations.
Chapters tell how Saladin achieved a swift rise to power through conquest, intrigue, and opportunism; Saladin's tremendous gifts as a battlefield commander and military organizer stemming from his singleness of purpose and virtually unique political skill; and perhaps most unusual for military leaders of his era, Saladin's qualities and ethics that earned him a reputation for chivalry and mercy.
We should instead be affirming non-monogamous adventuring, the periodic blessings of singleness, the joy of not being imprisoned in traditional family structures.
It is this spirit of oneness, the unyielding singleness of purpose which, during the liberation struggle, cheered and lifted our gallant patriots to the heights of supreme sacrifice in the name of freedom and sovereignty.