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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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THE JOKER: YEAR OF THE VILLAIN is a 40-page one-shot priced at $4.99 and debuts in comic book stores and online retailers on Wednesday, October 9.
At one point during the day Dixon led the field by three shots, but he had to content himself with just a one-shot advantage at the close after coming home in 35, with two more birdies sandwiching a bogey at the par-three 16th.
FINAL ROUND: Jamie Donaldson was one-shot behind the Open leader
The One-Shot Corporation is described as "a successful international intellectual property solutions provider for dispensing soft serve frozen desserts.
American Cristie Kerr completed a third-round five-under-par 66 to snatch a one-shot lead in the weather-delayed US Women's Open at Pine Needles in North Carolina.
THE recent Anuga Food Exhibition held in Germany, saw the launch of the revolutionary new Revolver 'blend-in-cup' system from The One-Shot Corporation.
Among them flavoured milks and milk drinks, yoghurt drinks, one-shot functional milk drinks and non-dairy milks and drinks, including the fast-growing soya milk sector.
The new Traceable One-Shot conductivity standards are single-use standards used to calibrate all conductivity meters and probes for maximum accuracy.
SOUTH Africa's Andrew McLardy held a one-shot lead at the midway point of the delayed, weather-affected third round of the Madeira Island Open.
Playing the North Course - considered much easier than the South Course - Lehman carded a 10-under 62 for a one-shot lead over Dean Wilson.
Particularly strong: audioconferences, site licenses, book and one-shot sales.
The product-development company says its EXO system, a variant of two-shot overmolding, is more efficient and cost-effective than conventional one-shot insert molding for mating fabrics to enclosures molded of polycarbonate, ABS, and PC/ABS.
Teaching librarians have long struggled with the limitations of the one-shot, fifty-minute class.
Second, instead of developing a position in which a volunteer will assist with office tasks consistently, the inquiring staff person is looking to fill a one-shot, last-minute function.
I have taken somewhere around two dozen whitetails with this sixgun and load, all one-shot kills with most dropping in their tracks.