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one-shot

Having only one occurrence or opportunity. (Used as an adjective before a noun.) This is a one-shot deal: if we back out now, there's no way we'll get a second chance.
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It may be possible that the new trans-Atlantic entity created by the acquisition provides a greater threat to One-Shot.
Clubhouse leader Haig leapt into a one-shot advantage over Australia's James Nitties after recording a tournament-low 64 to move to nine under following an opening-round 71.
Called Vie Shot and branded as a Knorr product, it is the first non-dairy drink to be launched in a one-shot format in the UK and also the first in the 100ml size to carry a 5-a-day claim.
I hit a cold shank, but I got up and down for par,'' Kanda said of that stroke-saving hole on a day his one-shot victory margin made him the second CIF/SCGA individual champion in area history.
For some companies, the business is slowly changing into one where the newsletters are the breakeven or even loss-leader business that makes profits possible in activities like audio-conferences and one-shots.
He goes into the third round with a one-shot advantage over DA Weibring and two ahead of Watson, Bruce Summerhays and Tom Kite.
Recently, some librarians have found opportunity to teach credit courses in addition to the one-shot classes.
Australia's Noel Ratcliffe moved a step closer to winning his first European Seniors Tour title of the season when he carded a six under par 66 to move into a one-shot lead after the second round of the Tunisian Open at El Kantaoui.
In fact, with adequate planning and communication between department heads and volunteer directors, a corps of volunteers who are interested in short-term or one-shot projects can be recruited.
One-shot marketing--and strategies that aren't built on personal involvement--rarely produce business.
Three common methods are one-shot polymerization, prepolymer method (two-step) and solution polymerization.
provider of the most advanced physical verification technology for addressing the verification needs of deep sub-wavelength processes, today unveiled its One-Shot DRC processing to address design densities and process complexities of the nanoscale deep sub-wavelength process technologies of today and tomorrow.
JAMIE DONALDSON shrugged off a one-shot penalty following a bizarre incident to lead at halfway in the Nedbank Golf Challenge at Sun City.
COVENTRY'S Greg Sampson, Bill Blakemore and Ernie Over had a few anxious moments on their way to a one-shot national triples away win against Thornfield's Dave Furness, Matt Lever and Brian Lever.
MELISSA REID and Iben Tinning hold a one-shot lead over the chasing pack heading into the final day of the Omega Dubai Ladies Masters.