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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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At the forefront of SDDC's effort to zero in on the changing mission and ensure its ultimate success is the re-emphasis on units being trained and equipped to be fully mission capable anywhere in the world 365 days a year.
4 million units in 2006, due to the increasing popularity and numbers of cross-over vehicles and smaller SUVs that use p-metric passenger tires rather than light truck tires.
Standard features: Horizontal or vertical injection, two- or three-position rotary table or shuttle, quick mold change, quick barrel change, single-point height adjustment for injection unit, EC 100 control.
is the unit of property the aggregate of all items contained in a broadly defined account, or instead only the individual operating assets within that broader description?
Refinancing for $700,000 for a two (2) attached three (3) story, plus basement, mixed-use, non-elevatored buildings containing a total of four (4) Class A apartments and one (1) commercial unit located in Brooklyn, NY.
Army units are better because the competition causes them to take a hard look at themselves, to identify their weaknesses and to build on their strengths, Lenaers said.
The units will be occupied by lower income single persons.
The CI unit makes a point to allow the internal customers of the custom studies to review a rough cut of the findings to ensure that both sides are working toward the same objectives.
Late transactions or adjustments also may require a new fund to be presented as major, creating an opinion unit the auditor had not considered in planning the audit.
As stated earlier, the AOS unit was intended for residents who were not only assessed as alert and oriented, but were projected to benefit from the unit's milieu, as well.
Some criticized women's performance in Iraq, pointing to ships and ground units with high pregnancy rates--even organized prostitution rings--as examples of women's harmful effect on unit cohesion and morale.
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.
280A(c) (5) disallows the deduction of rental losses if a taxpayer uses a dwelling unit during the tax year as a residence.