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unitary

 [u´nĭ-ter″e]
pertaining to a single object or individual.
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Premadasa said there needs to be awareness to ensure all Sri Lankans believe in a unitary Sri Lanka as opposed to just having it on paper.
He said that in order to ensure everyone believes in a unitary Sri Lanka racism must be eliminated.
Major organization : MUNICIPAL UNITARY ENTERPRISE TENDER CENTER OF MINGORISPOLKOM
"The proposed sale of the M31 GMLRS Unitary Rocket Pods and ATACMS T2K Unitary Missiles will improve Bahrain's capability to meet current and future threats and provide greater security for its critical oil and natural gas infrastructure, and significant national events.
For Puno, there is a need to break the 'over-concentration' of powers as the prevailing unitary government is 'Metro Manila-centric.'
We offer two suggestions to further improve the decentralization of our unitary form or government that may affect the outcome that federalism advocates hope to achieve.
"The Unitary Patent System and UPC are on the horizon in Europe because the relevant treaty and European legislation are all in place and the preparatory work is well under way to create the Unitary Patent with a Court that can handle disputes relating to it affecting over 400 million consumers in 25 separate European countries," explained MacDonald.
Section 2 lists a few applications of the unitary eigenvalue problem, and Section 3 provides an overview of previous work.
Several changes were made in the conceptual system as it evolved from the Life Process Model to the Science of Unitary Man to the Science of Unitary Human Beings.
This article explores how the unitary business principle combines separately incorporated, affiliated businesses and apportions the state tax consequences through the methods of worldwide and water' s-edge reporting.
The first European unitary patents, which are supposed to be less costly than the current system and lighter in terms of red tape, will not be granted until 2015.
It said the four boroughs of Stockton, Middlesbrough, Langbaurgh - as Redcar and Cleveland was then called - and Hartlepool should become unitary authorities.