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One-Shot

Heart surgery A device for automatic anastomosis of vessels–eg, coronary arteries in < 2 mins, used with Mini-CABG instruments, which places 12 vascular clips for a complete closure. See Coronary arterial bypass graft.
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However, the Boyd brothers from St Peter's Bowling Club eventually came through to win by one shot.
Scot Peter Whiteford is way back on five under, one shot ahead of Colin Montgomerie.
In the Ladies' Bronze Division, Donna Kuffler shot a net 65 on day two and snuck away with a one shot victory over Shari Corbin who fired a net 68.
Coles closed to within one shot of Oosthuizen with a remarkable 63, which included just 20 putts as he holed from off the green at the 11th and also chipped in at the 16th.
In third place is Essex's Joe Galbraith, one shot ahead of a group of five players.
Retief Goosen is five shots off the lead while Colin Montgomerie picked up three birdies in his last four holes to sit just one shot further back.
Known for rarely reshooting his subjects, Charles "One Shot" Harris used the backdrop of Pittsburgh to capture everyday life.
pulled out a gun, and demanded money." The gunman then "fired one shot, wounding a shop employee," whereupon "the owner of the mom-and-pop store pulled out his own gun and fired one shot, hitting the gunman in the head."
Spend a day shooting "pairs," one shot DA with an immediate SA follow-up shot.
For the one shot, fifty-minute teaching sessions, the struggle seems to be between the teaching of process in doing research as opposed to teaching available sources and how to use them.
is called "One Shot Shakers" and is available in two models, LP442A High Pitch Shakers and LP442B Low Pitch Shakers, packaged two shakers per box.
Lawrence nicknamed him "One Shot" because that's all he usually needed while other photographers clicked and clicked away.

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