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as the only one or ones:
exclusively or only:
plants found solely in the tropics.
She wanted solely to get out of the house for a while.
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Once upon a time, coffee-growing countries were focused
on maximizing the volume of beans produced.
When they're broken it's not
the fault of a drink or even five.
The environmental component is based
on particular matter in the air of cities.
But the overall lesson is clear: if you are giving aid
to be liked, be prepared for disappointment.
People were being investigated and punished
for what they thought.
That's a total of four awards shows devoted
to country music.
The support could arise from formalized general social networks, not
through custom-built protest networks.
But our reticence to acknowledge that our humanity derives
from the physical brain should not come as a surprise.
No one the writer spoke to believes that climate change can be successfully addressed
by creating a market.
Some terrific candidates were excluded
because they didn't have a new piece of fiction available by our deadline.
British Dictionary definitions for
only; completely; entirely
without another or others; singly; alone
for one thing only
Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition
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