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Synonyms for unit

a group of people organized for a particular purpose

Synonyms for unit

any division of quantity accepted as a standard of measurement or exchange

an individual or group or structure or other entity regarded as a structural or functional constituent of a whole

a single undivided whole

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a single undivided natural thing occurring in the composition of something else

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Army Reserve to transform from a strategic to an operational focus in order to meet expeditionary rotational requirements, the Military Surface Deployment and Distribution Command's units now have a global mission focus.
As a result, total passenger replacement shipments are anticipated to reach 200 million units again.
Standard features: Pivoting injection unit, digital control of ejector speed and pressure, water-cooled feed throat with temperature monitor, clamp daylight up to 69.
Determining the unit of property under the proposed regulations is a three-step process.
A recycler who is fulfilling a mill contract will almost certainly go with a stationary unit.
Refinancing for $425,000 for a three (3) story, plus basement, mixed-use, non-elevatored building containing two (2) Class A apartments and one (1) commercial unit located in Brooklyn, NY.
Winning units received a plaque, a Chief of Staff of the Army Star Note, and a note from the sergeant major of the Army congratulating them for their outstanding accomplishments.
The federal allocations under the Canada-Ontario agreement include: (amount, number of units, city, sponsor, etc)
In either of these situations, the audit guide says, the auditor may elect to combine the two aggregate opinion units (the aggregate remaining fund information and the aggregate discretely presented component units) into a single opinion unit for purposes of planning, performing and reporting on the entity's financial statements.
During and subsequent to the four-week fill-up of the AOS unit with residents who requested and were approved via a multidisciplinary assessment for transfer, a variety of tailored unit-based therapeutic recreation programs were developed, including computer classes featuring individual instruction.
Women wound up fighting under conditions that Would have earned them the Combat Infantryman's Badge had they been men and assigned to an infantry unit.
The thermal reclamation unit can effectively remove 90-100% of the residual binder from sand, but it requires a greater quantity of energy to heat and cool the sand, and the exhaust gases must be permitted and monitored.
A special domestic violence prosecution unit for the North Hollywood, Van Nuys and West Valley police divisions is short two attorneys and juggles a heavy caseload.
The Court of Appeals' opinion is the first in which a court ruled that the days a rental unit is unoccupied can be counted as days in which the unit is rented at fair value in determining if a taxpayer can deduct rental losses.