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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
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Award: double miles Expires: 1/31/2010 Restrictions: Fly roundtrip, or two one-ways, in economy on flights operated by Air Canada between Canada and Europe, Asia or South America.
There have been all sorts of problems because the police are enforcing the new one-way regulations but not all the signs were put up so motorists didn't know.
Light jet prices begin at $1,875 for round-trips and $2,875 for one-ways, Midsize jets are $2,875 for round-trips and $3,975 for one-ways, and Heavy jets are $4,275 for round-trips and $6,275 for one-ways.
The powers will also mean speed reduction restrictions on certain roads, road closures, one-ways, restricted access as well as no parking areas.
Chester-le-Street has, thankfully, been separated from the heavy traffic of the main roads, and the high street been calmed by one-ways and other soothing restrictions.
Before even thinking of bringing in charges, have a good look at the ridiculous systems of one-ways and look at the tailbacks of cars due to bus-lane restrictions until 7pm.
I was raised in the One-Ways (a Norwalk neighborhood), which isn't the most expensive ride around.
It's just that, as in most of Europe, the cities were built pre-automobile which makes for some tight streets and loads of confusing one-ways, round-a-bouts and dead ends.
However, question marks have been raised as to the necessity of immediately erecting barriers and turning roads into one-ways.