from The Century Dictionary.
- noun The state of being unique; uniqueness. The state of being in unity, or of being united into one.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun The condition of being united; quality of the unique; unification.
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- adjective Of or pertaining to one
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This work will also be of interest to IT and Information Theory specialists as a contribution to mathematical theory of communication and for validation of the uniqueness of the successful cipher attack by evaluating mathematical adequacy of the data sets used (technically referred to as unicity distance).
The big prize at municipal level is the Cape Town unicity which is currently controlled by the DA.
The floor-crossing legislation is central to the ANC and NNP co-operation pact at all three levels of government, but particularly in the Cape Town unicity which is currently controlled by the DA.
Whites, who will share a single city council with the townships after Tuesday when all Cape Town's municipal structures are merged into a massive "unicity" with 2.4 million people, fear higher rates and water restrictions if the ANC wins.
Uys urged people to accept the coming metropolitan "unicity" and to concentrate on ways of improving service delivery to all communities.
Johannesburg aimed at making it world-class under the planned unicity which is to replace the current five metropolitan district councils.
She said Motshekga's presentation of his model, which has been dubbed a "unicity", was given centre stage.
It is at odds with the traditional doctrine of the unicity of the Church.
The result is the loss of substance of key truths of the Christian faith like the preexistence of the Word, the divinity of Jesus, the Trinity, the salvific value of the death of Jesus, the unicity and universality of the salvific mediation of Jesus and of the Church, the resurrection of Jesus.
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He can't make truth as dialogue consistent with that unicity.