Monday, June 8, 2009

The 1st

Main Entry: 1sin·gu·lar
Pronunciation: \ˈsiŋ-gyə-lər\
Function: adjective
Etymology: Middle English singuler, from Anglo-French, from Latin singularis, from singulus only one — more at SINGLE
Date: 14th century

1 a: of or relating to a separate person or thing : INDIVIDUAL b: of, relating to, or being a word form denoting one person, thing, or instance (a singular noun) c: of or relating to a single instance or to something considered by itself

2: distinguished by superiority : EXCEPTIONAL (an artist of singular attainments)

3: being out of the ordinary : UNUSUAL (on the way home we had a singular adventure)

4: departing from general usage or expectation : PECULIAR, ODD (the air had a singular chill)
5 aof a matrix : having a determinant equal to zero bof a linear transformation : having the property that the matrix of coefficients of the new variables has a determinant equal to zero


  1. love the concept, love the blog, love the pictures! can't wait to see what's in store!!


  2. Merci pour le commentaire sur mon blog!
    Ca m'a fait super plaisir...
    Love your polaroids.
    Kiss from London

  3. Thanks for such a great post and the review, I am totally impressed!