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(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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A flashback into the history of handset customisation and a fast forward into the proliferation of uniquely customised handsets
the industry's first contact center carrier, provides a hosted, uniquely tailored contact center solution, delivering all traffic (inbound and outbound) through one integrated platform.
OpenBI is a professional services company uniquely focused on providing open source business intelligence (OSBI) consulting and outsourcing solutions to the commercial marketplace.
In addition to offering a uniquely tailored contact center solution for each client, LiveVox delivers all of the carrier-related transport services in one vertical solution.
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Roche is a leading healthcare company with a uniquely broad spectrum of innovative solutions.
Patent and Trademark Office granted the patent May 2nd, upon the determination that Sypherlink's technology was new and uniquely different from prior technologies in the data integration marketplace today.
Jeff Porter, Chair of the SNIA Data Management Forum, adds, "EIW uniquely sets the stage for attendees to obtain a deep understanding of how information-based management practices such as ILM really improve enterprise operations and reduce risk.
The suite uniquely enables secure peer-to-peer wireless broadband communications, called mobile mesh, via software loaded onto standards-based mobile devices.
With its broad solutions portfolio and its understanding about the conventional, digital and blended production environment that printers operate in, Kodak is uniquely positioned to help customers maximize their growth and revenue opportunities.