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unitary

 [u´nĭ-ter″e]
pertaining to a single object or individual.

unitary

pertaining to a single object or individual.
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A problem-and-goal-driven approach must then look into the preexisting conditions that frustrate the progress toward genuine LGU autonomy and how these can be addressed-as a step toward evaluating the costs and benefits of shifting from a unitary to a federal regime.
Additionally, patentees need to update their filing strategies to decide when and why they will seek unitary effect for any of their patent applications.
Thus, the starting point for evolution of theory development guided by the Science of Unitary Human Beings most likely is Rogers' three grand theories--the Theory of Accelerating Evolution (Rogers, 1980a, 1986, 1992b); the Theory of Rhythmical Correlates of Change (Rogers, 1980a, 1986, 1992b), which Butcher and Malinski (2010) called the Theory of Manifestations of Field Patterning in Unitary Human Beings; and the Theory of Paranormal Phenomena (Rogers, 1980a, 1986, 1992b), which Butcher and Malinski (2010) called the Theory of Emergence of Paranormal Phenomena.
The sample points are the eigenvalues of a certain unitary matrix, and the weights are the squares of the absolute values of the first components of the eigenvectors.
The fundamental concept is that the unitary business principle is not distracted by the separate incorporation of affiliated business entities.
The commission said it accepted that a unitary county council would be the cheapest option.
The unified patent court, which will have jurisdiction not only over the new unitary patents but over existing European patents as well, promises to eliminate multiple parallel court proceedings and potentially clashing results across jurisdictions and eventually to enhance legal certainty.
2004) (a partnership's business income must be included in its corporate partner's tax base even if the partnership does not operate in the state), it is clear that, for Illinois tax purposes, a partnership is treated as a single entity combined with its unitary partners to the extent of their partnership interests therein, so that the partnership's activities, income, and receipts are treated as the unitary partners' activities, income, and receipts.
Views for a unitary system for South Sudan have been expressed strongly.
Request for unitary patents may be filed once the legal provisions for both the unitary patent and the UPC have entered into force.
The conclusion of the negotiations on Unitary Patent Package, which is a very complicated dossier with a long controversial history, has been a top priority of the Cyprus Presidency.
The Labour Government imposed a single unitary council on Northumberland, despite most people voting against the move in a referendum.