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one

1. the smallest whole number and the first cardinal number; unity
2. a numeral (1, I, i, etc.) representing this number
3. Music the numeral 1 used as the lower figure in a time signature to indicate that the beat is measured in semibreves
4. the one (in Neo-Platonic philosophy) the ultimate being
5. the Holy One or the One above God
6. the Evil One Satan; the devil
References in classic literature ?
Semon's "engram" is formed by all that we experience at one time.
One might even have someone else at one's beck and call, to minister to one's needs at the snap of one's fingers.
At one institution, a chosen space that could house all the operations they wanted to include was away from the main campus, where no student parking was available, and getting to the building involved a one-mile walk.
This Rev Proc requires that either the replacement property or relinquished property be parked with a qualified intermediary or an affiliate thereof during the exchange period since if the investor has title to both properties at one time there would be no exchange.
At one event in the rotunda of the state capital, Schweitzer had armed guards dramatically spill a suitcase full of cash on the floor in front of reporters to illustrate how much out-of-state corporate money his opponent was pocketing.
Imagine, then, that you are at one comer of a rectangular field.