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- adv. in a unique manner
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In mathematics, unambiguously and with single determinateness.
- In a unique manner; so as to be unique.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. so as to be unique
Season of the Witch appears to be a title uniquely suited to unravel the meaning of the terms
The court relied on what it called the uniquely pervasive nature of broadcast media and its unique accessibility to children.
As a reminder that any enterprise would take place in uniquely Afghan circumstances, the notice emphasizes the need for manual labor and a minimum of machinery.
It's a pure, minerally wine made almost entirely (90%) and uniquely from the Clairette grape.
Why has it been that at every point since 1997 faced with the Asian crisis, the IT collapse, a stock exchange crash, an American recession, last year a house price bubble, this year rising world oil prices, why has it been that at every point since 1997 Britain uniquely has continued to grow?
I'm very excited to see this story unfold -- it's a perfect example of what the idea of PrairieMod is all about: Timeless Principles we learn from our past, expressed in uniquely individual ways for today.
Selling perfume in uniquely designed bottles was revolutionary enough, but Coty dared to allow customers to sample the perfume before purchasing it!
The housing problem cannot be solved by attacking the tax payer who equally has to cope with it on the basis that a public sector worker uniquely is “entitled” to own property.
The '72 team in uniquely immortal in American sports and I don't want us to lose that special place.
At the same time, many of the values that remain uniquely American do not endear us to most other societies.