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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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Out Bided Response: You will get this response if you were the winner at one point in time having Lowest Unique bid but are now out bidden by someone else.
To ensure optimal data security and integrity, every file is assigned a unique encryption key.
The interim rule established a number of requirements for contractors to furnish unique item identifiers and additional item identification data, and specifically to provide the government's acquisition cost of items to be delivered under a DoD contract.
Because absolute immunity was available, the trustee was not required to consult an outside investment adviser under state law to meet fiduciary obligations; thus, such expenses were not unique to the trust at issue.
For example, Rogerson (1994) recognized the key role of government in shaping the defense procurement process and unique characteristics that impact weapons procurement incentives.
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With its unique chemistry and broad level of activity for broadleaf weed control, Callisto offered a new mode of action to postemergence broadleaf weed control in corn.
The two formed the Windsor management company with the Japanese-owned Sazale Group, and from Rosewood acquired and managed the Bel Air Hotel in Los Angeles until they sold their interest in 1994 and formed Unique Hotels & Resorts.
Nearly a decade in development and testing, Unique has emerged as the most revolutionary condom product since the invention of the first rubber condom.
This policy update to the "Policy for Unique Identification (UID) of Tangible Items--New Equipment, Major Modifications, and Reprocurements of Equipment and Spares," dated July 29, 2003, will address clarifications including approval of specific Department of Defense (DoD) UID equivalents.