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unique

Maths
a. leading to only one result
b. having precisely one value

UNIQUE

(language)
A portable job control language.

["The UNIQUE Command Language - Portable Job Control", I.A. Newman, Proc DATAFAIR 73, 1973, pp. 353-357].
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According to Kashmir media service, P Chidambaram, who was considered to be very close to Congress leaders, Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi, while referring to the historical background of Jammu and Kashmir, said, 'Kashmir has a unique geographical location and a unique history.
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Twelve months ago the founder, chairman and CEO of Unique Group, Harry Gandhi, outlined his plan to grow his business in line with customer requirements and market opportunities and this latest acquisition is a further execution of that growth strategy.
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