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a. leading to only one result
b. having precisely one value
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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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It is currently unknown whether uniquely monopolar-partitionable graphs are recognizable in polynomial time.
He would claim the air we breathe was uniquely Scottish if he could find a way of bottling it.