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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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Excluding one-offs Adjusted EBITDA grew 20% YoY and 102 bps expansion in the margin before non-recurring charges.
But PFA officials earlier told the Shura Council's services committee that this would create a huge burden on its coffers as it would encourage people to change jobs several times in quick succession, in order to take advantage of the one-off payments.
Conversely, Deutz expects its EBIG margin (before one-off items) to improve slightly to roughly 3%.
Its normalised net profit, discounting one-off charges, reached EGP 427m for the whole year, slightly more than double the amount it made in 2012.
Easyjet said the annual dividend and one-off payment to shareholders will be declared in full-year results in November and paid in early 2012.
The evening of conversation, reminiscence and song with Rosanne Cash at the Moore Theatre Saturday night won't just be a chattier version of the usual one-off concert.
People will be treated for free for the first two months, with the NHS then making a one-off payment of pounds 12,200 for those patients who stay on the drug, irrespective of the length of their treatment.
Today, the DoH confirmed that some pounds 2 billion would be "invested in one-off expenditure that supports and enables the achievement of quality and productivity improvements".
Parties voted to continue protection for Tanzanian elephants by retaining their listing on Appendix I, and rejecting a request for a one-off ivory sale today at the 15th Conference of the Parties (CoP 15) of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) meeting in Doha.
After one-off effects, the result decreased 19% to EUR 26.
Boro plan to help raise funds for the Royal British Legion and Help for Heroes, once the one-off shirts have been signed by members of the Boro squad.
2001 A television one-off, Band of Brothers was an extraordinary programme - possibly the most expensive programme ever made, and certainly one of the best loved.