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by the unit

Fig. each; per. (Used to designate the unit of measure, but not the rate of a measure.) Lettuce is sold by the head. Gas is sold by the gallon.
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(parental) units

n. parents. (see also rent(al)s.) Hey, units! I need to talk to you about something really important.
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units

verb
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unit

(ˈjunət)
1. n. a gadget. Now, take one of the red units—put the copper strip in the slot—place the whole thing in this larger unit—and you’re done. Hand me that unit on the thingy there.
2. n. the penis. (Usually objectionable.) Why are you always scratching your unit?
3. Go to (parental) units.
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Standard features: Pivoting injection unit, digital control of ejector speed and pressure, water-cooled feed throat with temperature monitor, clamp daylight up to 69.
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Some criticized women's performance in Iraq, pointing to ships and ground units with high pregnancy rates--even organized prostitution rings--as examples of women's harmful effect on unit cohesion and morale.
Beyond the purchase of a sand reclamation unit, additional equipment may be required to ensure an efficient operation.
Determining the unit of property under the proposed regulations is a three-step process.
A recycler who is fulfilling a mill contract will almost certainly go with a stationary unit.
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The 7-Eleven stores rely heavily on the work of the Covert Operations to Battle Recidivist Activities unit, which conducts criminal surveillance on career criminals, to capture violent robbers hitting some of the 100 stores in the Valley.