single measure

single measure

Said of an object, such as a door, which is molded on one side only.
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The table was laid with two bowls and two horn spoons, but the same single measure of small beer.
Operating on a nocash system, visitors will buy a drinks card on entry, with PS5 buying a single measure of gin, garnish and a mixer.
There is no single measure that will provide an easy answer and that is why we are pursuing a wide range of interventions including cattle movement controls and a cull of badgers in areas where disease is rife.
Tenders are invited for Periodically repeating deliveries of sewing surgical material for the needs of "Second SAGHAL Sheinovo" EAD, according to the attached Technical Specification, divided into 7 (seven) lots, marked by nomenclatures with their own serial number and detailed description of the required minimum technical and working characteristics, a single measure and its estimated quantity, and tenders may be submitted for each individual nomenclature.
The authorities have, across the country, put in every single measure to enable the celebrations to be conducted in an absolutely safe manner.
1 units and a single measure of spirits is one unit.
Raising objections over the proposed bill, PTI's senior leader Shireen Mazari said that there is not even a single measure of reform that would improve the current accountability process or bring corrupt elements to task in the Bill.
Tokens are PS5 each which enables you to get a single measure of gin, mixer and garnish.
Tokens will be PS5 each and will be available on the day to purchase, one token equates to a single measure of gin, garnish and a Fever-Tree mixer.
Tokens for a single measure of gin cost PS5, with mixers and garnishes complimentary.
Although some earlier research identified an "obesity paradox"--a lower risk of death among people who are overweight, based on a single measure of body mass index (BMI)--a new study refutes that belief, suggesting that being overweight over a period of time increases the risk of death from any cause.
During a 2001 interview with Fortune magazine, famed investor Warren Buffett commented on his favorite stock market valuation indicator, calling it "probably the best single measure of where valuations stand at any given moment.

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