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united

get it in one

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the smallest whole number or a numeral representing this number

a single person or thing

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used of a single unit or thing

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having the indivisible character of a unit

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of the same kind or quality

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used informally as an intensifier

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indefinite in time or position

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being a single entity made by combining separate components

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At one school Scannell & Kurz visited, front-line staff in the one-stop center reported having been taken by surprise when students inquired about certain programs or communications being handled by the office's processing staff (e.g., information about turn-around times on issuing refund checks).
At one university I was particularly fortunate to be part of a senior-level planning retreat just three weeks into my job, providing me an excellent opportunity to meet an important group of academic and administrative leaders, to hear the vision articulated and discussed "publicly" by these leaders, and to be able to articulate the convergence of the library's mission with the university's.
Such a view may have been appropriate at one time in some situations, but is scarcely true today on a broad basis.
"Students now only wait in one line at one building to get 95 percent of their questions answered," says Mary Koskan, director of One-Stop Student Services at the university.
Howe arranged a $4.5 million first mortgage for Kensington Gate, a 95-unit co-op located at One Kensington Gate in Great Neck, N.Y.; a $3.25 million first mortgage and a $350,000 line of credit for the Gothic, a 124-unit co-op located at 84-50 169th St.
Apart from Socrates, Jesus, Marcus Aurelius, Saint Francis, Mother Teresa, and only a few others, at one time or another, we have all felt flashes of envy, even if in varying intensities, from its minor pricks to its deep, soul-destroying, lacerating stabs.
At one point in late June, the spread between the thirty-year Treasury bond yield and the federal funds rate reached a low of 48 basis points but edged higher in subsequent weeks.
Blues, jazz, and rock 'n' roll were all at one time considered unfit for "polite" or "decent" people.