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Housebuilders often call one property a unit

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A standard for comparison in measurements. For example, the meter is a standard length which may be compared to any object to describe its length.
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• (n.) A gold coin of the reign of James I., of the value of twenty shillings. • (n.) The least whole number; one. • (n.) A single thing or person. • (n.) A single thing, as a magnitude or number, regarded as an undivided whole. • (n.) Any determinate amount or quantity (as of length, time, heat, value) adopted as a standar...
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(from the article `measurement system`) Basic to the whole idea of weights and measures are the concepts of uniformity, units, and standards. Uniformity, the essence of any system of ... Measuring a quantity means ascertaining its ratio to some other fixed quantity of the same kind, known as the unit of that kind of quantity. A unit ......
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(u´nit) a single thing; one segment of a whole that is made up of identical or similar segments. a specifically defined amount of anything subject to measurement, as of activity, dimension, velocity, volume, or the like. a distinct part of a hospital, usually having a specific physical location and...
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1. A single thing or person. ... 2. <mathematics> The least whole number; one. 'Units are the integral parts of any large number.' (I. Watts) ... 3. A gold coin of the reign of James I, of the value of twenty shillings. ... 4. Any determinate amount or quantity (as of length, time, heat, value) adopted as a standard of measurement for other a...
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social unit noun an organization regarded as part of a larger social group; `the coach said the offensive unit did a good job`; `after the battle the soldier had trouble rejoining his unit`
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(quantity) Standard quantity in relation to which other quantities are measured. There have been many systems of units. Some ancient units, such as the day, the foot, and the pound, are still in use. SI units, the latest version of the metric system, are widely used in science
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(U) Type: Term Pronunciation: yū′nit Definitions: 1. One; a single person or thing. 2. A standard of measure, weight, or any other quality, by multiplication or fractions of which a scale or system is formed. 3. A group of people or things considered as a whole because of mutual activities or functions. &nb...
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[art collective] Unit was a short-lived but influential artist`s collective in east London which organised exhibitions between 1997-1999 - a crucial moment in London`s burgeoning contemporary art scene. Many of the artists that participated in Unit exhibitions have moved on to achieve international acclaim. The core members were curator St...
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[Cristian Fleming] Unit is an electronic musician based in New York City. Unit began releasing electronic music officially at the age of 25, although he had musical involvement for many years prior, playing bass guitar at 17, and began working on electronic music at the age of 18. Unit has toured at various venues in Europe . == Discography...
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[housing] A unit is a measure of housing equivalent to the living quarters of one household. In common speech in Australia and New Zealand, the word `unit`, when referring to housing, usually means either: an apartment, (where a group of apartments is contained in one or more multi-storied buildings (an `apartment block`)); or a villa unit ...
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[mathematics] Touch Rugby, A sport in which AISG once took much pleasure in participating. Touch Rugby was dropped because AISG did not play Touch Rugby in high school and the middle school decided to make sure that their sport teams were playing sports that prepared them for high school sport teams. ...
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[ring theory] In mathematics, an invertible element or a unit in a (unital) ring {mvar|R} refers to any element {mvar|u} that has an inverse element in the multiplicative monoid of {mvar|R}, i.e. an element {mvar|v} such that The set of units of any ring is closed under multiplication (the product of two units is again a unit), and forms a ...
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A merger of two or more classes of securities into a single securities product.
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A piece of fabricated dimensional cubic or thin stone.
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a self contained train with driving cabs at each end. DMUs and EMUs.
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a shorthand word for a variety of named 'units,' particularly the international unit in pharmacology.
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a single undivided whole
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a standard bet size.
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A standard for comparison in measurements. For example, the metre is a standard length which may be compared to any object to describe its length. See also: Conversions, Engineering Units, SI Units, Unit Cube.
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Unit

A standard for comparison in measurements. For example, the meter is a standard length which may be
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A standardized package or amount used in shipping, e.g., pallet, slip sheet.
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A stone or brick element (masonry unit) that is laid, normally in mortar, to form masonry.
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All learning in OCN accredited courses and qualifications is assessed against units. A unit has a set of learning outcomes, assessment criteria for those outcomes, a credit value, a level and a title.
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