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characterized by or constituting a form of government in which power is held by one central authority

having the indivisible character of a unit

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Section 2 lists a few applications of the unitary eigenvalue problem, and Section 3 provides an overview of previous work.
But Middlesbrough councillor Mike Carr, who was then the leader of Middlesbrough Council and was at the forefront of the borough's campaign to have four unitary councils on Teesside, said it would provide for more effective co-ordination and planning of services at a local level.
The unitary patent will significantly streamline the process and reduce the costs of obtaining an EU-wide patent (see "Big Savings," p.
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.
Rogers' Science of Unitary Human Beings: Beyond the Frontier of Science".
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.
2 Circuit for the elementary rotation, with unitary probability
County Durham Council had 48 votes, Durham Council 25, Durham Unitary Council 29 and County Durham Unitary 43 votes.
The trial court said Lexis and Mead were not a unitary business because they were not functionally integrated or centrally managed and enjoyed no economies of scale.
DALLAS, June 21 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- The Department of Defense has officially advanced Lockheed Martin's Guided Multiple Launch Rocket System (GMLRS) - Unitary into low-rate production.
Key statement: A composite having a plurality of filaments arranged in a fibrous web that is held together in a unitary structure by a domain matrix.
Ministers supported Shropshire County Council's bid to become a unitary authority, which means it will take over the role of the five district councils in its area.