What is single?

  • (adj): Involved two individuals.
    Example: "Single combat"
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on single, singles:

4 AM (Cherry Ghost Song)
... AM" is the jangly, alt-country-influenced third single taken from Cherry Ghost's top 10 debut album Thirst for Romance ... on CD and 7" vinyl on September 24, 2007 as well as a digital download on October 8, 2007, the single follows the top 30 single "People Help the People" and debut single "Mathematics." The 7" vinyl ... Although previous single "People Help the People" entered the UK singles chart at #27, "4 AM" failed to make the top 100 (entering at #128) ...
Monotheism - Forms
... Deism posits the existence of a single god, the Designer of the designs in Nature ... Henotheism involves devotion to a single god while accepting the existence of other gods ... drastically with monotheism, the worship of a single deity independent of the ontological claims regarding that deity ...
And Did Those Feet In Ancient Time - Popularisation - Emerson, Lake & Palmer Version
... But Jerusalem was banned in England on the radio when it was issued as a single ... later said "We wanted to put it out as a single ... We figured it was worthy of a single ...
Bonnie Tyler
... Her first hit single, "Lost In France", reached the UK Top 10 in 1976 and she was nominated for Best British Female Newcomer at the 1977 Brit Awards ... However, this did not affect her career and her 1977 single "It's a Heartache" became a hit in both Europe and North America ... Tyler has continued to have success in Continental Europe, and her 2003 single, "Si demain.. ...
One Minute Silence - Discography
... Available in All Colours, 1998 album, Big Cat Records "South Central", single, Big Cat Records "A Waste of Things to Come", single, Big Cat Records "Stuck Between A Rock And A White Face", single, Big Cat Records. 61 "Holy Man", 2001 single, V2 Records "Fish Out Of Water", 2001 single, V2 Records - UK No. 56 "Rise and Shine", 2001 single, V2 Records One Lie Fits All, 2003 album, Taste Media "Revolution", 2003, EP, Taste Media "We Bounce", 2003 single, Taste Media ...

More definitions of "single":

  • (noun): The smallest whole number or a numeral representing this number.
    Synonyms: one, 1, I, ace, unity
  • (noun): A base hit on which the batter stops safely at first base.
  • (adj): Individual and distinct.
    Example: "A gift for every single child"
    Synonyms: separate
  • (adj): Having uniform application.
    Example: "A single legal code for all"
  • (adj): Not married or related to the unmarried state.
    Example: "Sex and the single girl"; "single parenthood"; "are you married or single?"
    Synonyms: unmarried
  • (adj): Existing alone or consisting of one entity or part or aspect or individual.
    Example: "Upon the hill stood a single tower"; "had but a single thought which was to escape"; "a single survivor"; "a single serving"; "a single lens"; "a single thickness"
  • (verb): Hit a one-base hit.
  • (adj): Characteristic of or meant for a single person or thing.
    Example: "Single occupancy"; "a single bed"
    Synonyms: individual, separate
  • (adj): Not divided among or brought to bear on more than one object or objective.
    Example: "Judging a contest with a single eye"; "a single devotion to duty"
    Synonyms: undivided, exclusive
  • (adj): Used of flowers having usually only one row or whorl of petals.
    Example: "Single chrysanthemums resemble daisies and may have more than one row of petals"

Famous quotes containing the word single:

    Happiness is peace after strife, the overcoming of difficulties, the feeling of security and well-being. The only really happy folk are married women and single men.
    —H.L. (Henry Lewis)

    It is handsomer to remain in the establishment better than the establishment, and conduct that in the best manner, than to make a sally against evil by some single improvement, without supporting it by a total regeneration.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    There is not a single rule, however plausible, and however firmly grounded in epistemology, that is not violated at some time or other. It becomes evident that such violations are not accidental events, they are not results of insufficient knowledge or of inattention which might have been avoided. On the contrary, we see that they are necessary for progress.
    Paul Feyerabend (1924–1994)