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unique

(ū-nēk′) [Fr. unique, fr L. unicus, one (and) only, sole]
1. Being the only one; sole.
2. Singularly distinctive; unparalleled.
3. An individual visit with a health care provider for which fees may be charged or to which administrative costs may be assigned.
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