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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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Crypto-shredding can be enabled down to the individual file level, including files stored on tape, a capability unique to Assureon.
The commercial unique identifiers meeting these criteria that the Department recognizes as UID equivalents are the EAN.
67(e)(1)'s second requirement was to limit its applicability to "trust-related administrative expenses that are unique to the administration of a trust and not customarily incurred outside of trusts:' The court cited trustee, fiduciary return preparation and judicial accounting preparation fees as examples of unique expenses that would meet the Sec.
For example, Rogerson (1994) recognized the key role of government in shaping the defense procurement process and unique characteristics that impact weapons procurement incentives.
As a result, insurers need to provide unique customer-oriented value if they wish to outdo their rivals, and they must be sure to communicate that value to the customers.
With its unique chemistry and broad level of activity for broadleaf weed control, Callisto offered a new mode of action to postemergence broadleaf weed control in corn.
The two formed the Windsor management company with the Japanese-owned Sazale Group, and from Rosewood acquired and managed the Bel Air Hotel in Los Angeles until they sold their interest in 1994 and formed Unique Hotels & Resorts.
The cooperation with Unique will add a new dimension to this already existing advanced technology.
Nearly a decade in development and testing, Unique has emerged as the most revolutionary condom product since the invention of the first rubber condom.
However, standard chips limit the unique functions that can be added.
460-2(b), issued May 5, 1999, further clarifies the definition of a long-term manufacturing contract by addressing the definition of a unique item.