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one-off

(1) One disc at a time. Recorded CD-R discs are called one-offs because they are "burned" one at a time in an optical drive.

(2) Software that is written to solve a specific problem and run only one time is sometimes called a one-off.

(3) Any single product that is custom created for a customer one at a time. See me-tailing.
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Without one-off losses, AEV's core net income for the quarter was 19 percent higher year-on-year at P6.
The absence of one-off gains was partially offset by higher fee-based income that climbed 15.
When it is one-off transaction and not a regular economic activity, then there is no VAT on it.
Netting out the effects of all Government's one-off relief measures, the year-on-year rates of increase in the CPI(A), CPI(B) and CPI(C) were 2.
The rewards are far less in Scotland but it is felt a one-off match would create a dramatic climax to the campaign.
The Special Operations division of McLaren, a United Kingdom-based automaker, is planning to produce a one-off off-roader.
However, under the new plans - approved by the Shura Council yesterday - a private sector employee needs to work only for five years before they can apply for a one-off payment that will include all of theirs, their employer's and the government's contributions to their pension fund.
Despite the reduction in revenue, there was a significant increase in operating profit (EBIT before one-off items), which climbed from E1.
EFG-Hermes said the one-off charges totalledEGP 761m, including EGP 616m in the fourth quarter alone.
When RNs and ENs achieve the proficient step on the PDRP scale, they will be entitled to a one-off, gross payment of $2500 and when they achieve the expert step, they will be entitled to a one-off gross payment of $4000.
THE Dark Knight has risen courtesy of a special one-off Nissan Juke Nismo to celebrate the brand's partnership with Warner Bros and the release of the third film in Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy on DVD and Blu-Ray.
But I think a semi-final at Wembley is a one-off, and I think a local derby is a one-off, so put the two together and there's always that element of FA Cup fate.