For environmental historians, the book offers a case study of unusual depth and singularity .
Instead it emphasized the uniqueness, singularity , and indexical immediacy of the art object itself.
By the 1980s the way Christian Democracy came to be imagined by its opponents mapped it onto the disastrous alternative pattern of national singularity .
he believed in the singularity of all cultures
I do not think that the expression ‘a’ does carry any necessary implication of singularity .
Finally the author keeps her singularity even when in a crowd, and picks up her pen and records grief or laughter, describing the world as it appears to her, or as it does not appear to her.
Saying too little about the divinity of Christ and his unique singularity within history is the risk involved.
But certainty does not necessarily mean singularity .
Without diminishing their singularity or their achievement, I would still like to see them as each carrying forward an old and honourable tradition.
For all his foibles, we need his steel spine and singularity of purpose.