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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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It may be possible that the new trans-Atlantic entity created by the acquisition provides a greater threat to One-Shot.
The Patented blending system was developed by The One-Shot Corporation and will be distributed Worldwide.
The dynamic growth of the one-shot functional milk drinks market is indicated by the fact that the sector was only pioneered in Europe in the mid-1990s and is already the second largest dairy beverage category by value.
"For some companies, the business is slowly changing into one where the newsletters are the breakeven or even loss-leader business that makes profits possible in activities like audio-conferences and one-shots.
Recently, some librarians have found opportunity to teach credit courses in addition to the one-shot classes.
I'm now using the Speer 120-grain JSP at 2,400 fps, and it has a run of 24 one-shot kills, ranging from a turkey at 50 yards to a blackbuck antelope at 250 yards.
This top 10 list is comprised of those loads with the most one-shot stops in actual police shootings.
One-shot marketing--and strategies that aren't built on personal involvement--rarely produce business.
Three common methods are one-shot polymerization, prepolymer method (two-step) and solution polymerization.
OVERNIGHT leader Louis Oosthuizen eased to a one-shot victory in the ISPS HANDA Perth International after a final-round 71 at Lake Karrinyup Country Club.
e pair nished tied on 12 under par at Diamond Country Club after Lundberg surged through the eld with a closing 65 and Wiesberger returned a 69 after letting slip a one-shot lead with three holes to play.
THOMAS BJORN produced a stunning finish to move into a one-shot lead at the Qatar Masters in Doha.