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one-off

A popular UK term for an event or thing which occurred or is likely to occur only once.
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Net profit more than doubled YoY and excluding one-off effects net profit tripled YoY.
Adjusted EBITDA decreased 30% but excluding one-off effects, adjusted EBITDA grew 20% YoY resulting in a 102 bps expansion in adjusted EBITDA margin on the back of improved margins in the Supermarket and Department Store Divisions.
The group suffered a number of one-off costs over the past 12 months, which concerned analysts.
Rentokil reported one-off costs of more than pounds 50m for the year, including IT and development expenses of pounds 25.
4 million in one-off effects from sold production facilities (in Q1 2006) and SEK 247.
Additionally company incurred one-off cost hike related to additional allowance in respect of inventories in the amount of $57m.
I'd love to see an occasional good prize for a one-off hurdle, as without regular big events, we simply won't have enough decent runners.
Medsi OIBDA was down by 39% y-o-y due to one-off expenses on the deal with the state Medical Centre.