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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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However, the Boyd brothers from St Peter's Bowling Club eventually came through to win by one shot.
Women's champion Sue Henderson jumped out to a five shot lead on day one and finished the championship by a one shot margin after Sana Tufail closed with a strong 77 to narrowly finish in 2nd place.
Marcus Fraser leads by one shot prior to the final day
Van de Velde finished the day on 68 and a four-round to of 273, 15 under, with Lee Slattery one shot back.
Take one shot and then move your sight pin to compensate for where it hits.
Whether it's people cooling off by a fire hydrant or a superstar's close-up, One Shot is sure to deliver.
Mason went into yesterday's round one shot behind Watson, but soon showed he was determined to overcome that deficit.
For the one shot, fifty-minute teaching sessions, the struggle seems to be between the teaching of process in doing research as opposed to teaching available sources and how to use them.
England's John Morgan also recorded a 66 to be one shot further back on nine-under 135 and Scotsmen John Chillas and Mike Miller are tied for fourth place on 136.
The low-recoiling Federal Personal Defense load is about 84 percent effective with one shot.
Ages to get: One shot at 15 months and another usually when 4-6 years old.
Regulation governing isocyanate exposure, especially tolylene diisocyanate (TDI), have fueled movement to methylene-di-p-phenyl diisocyanate (MDI) development of low TDI prepolymers and the use of chain extended or trimerized isocyanates in one shot systems.
One-Shot takes all layers, and all rules associated with those layers, and processes them in one shot.
He just pipped Huddersfield's Aarron Schnacke by one shot.
That left the 38-year-old (above) one shot behind Spain's Sergio Garcia, but a second-round 66, containing seven birdies and just one bogey, took him to the top of the leaderboard.