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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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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.