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An international unit (IU) is an internationally accepted amount of a substance. This type of measure is used for the fat-soluble vitamins (such as vitamins A, D and E) and certain hormones, enzymes, [..]
Source: medicinenet.com

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Unit of measure.
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risk Upper-bound excess lifetime cancer risk estimated to result from continuous exposure to an agent at a concentration of 1 μg L-1 in water, or 1 μg m-3 in air. Note: The interpretation of unit ri [..]
Source: sis.nlm.nih.gov

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More than one class of securities traded together (e.g., one common share and three subscription warrants).
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The organizational element of an incident having functional responsibility for a specific activity in the planning, logistics, or finance/administration activity. 
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An object for which a measurement or observation can be made; commonly used in the sense of a “unit of product,” the entity of product inspected to determine whether it is defective or nondefectiv [..]
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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.
Source: antoine.frostburg.edu

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1560s, "single number regarded as an undivided whole," alteration of unity on the basis of digit. Popularized in John Dee's English translation of Euclid, to express Greek monas (Dee sa [..]
Source: etymonline.com

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An apartment, condominium or piece of property used independently. Under law, each unit owner has access to a public way and holds interest in the surrounding common elements.
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One single product such as a one wide casemaster.
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specified dimension or property for measurement, such as length or mass.
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one thing or group of things working as one.
Source: nationalgeographic.org

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Advertising unit; the form and context in which an advertise- ment appears in a media vehicle; for example, full-page, half-page vertical, center spread, black and white, back cover, two colors; thirt [..]
Source: smartbiz.com

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For the purposes of the Sustainable Landscape Information Series, a unit is a group of publications that concentrates on one topic area. There will be four units in the SULIS which are: Sustainable La [..]
Source: extension.umn.edu

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unit of measurement: any division of quantity accepted as a standard of measurement or exchange; "the dollar is the United States unit of currency"; "a unit of w [..]
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(IEEE) (1) A separately testable element specified in the design of a computer software element. (2) A logically separable part of a computer program. Syn: component, module.
Source: fda.gov

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A member of a population.
Source: stat.berkeley.edu

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a single thing
Source: eenglish.in

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a grouping of approximately 750 personnel to fulfil a specific function, with a greater degree of specialisation within that function; for example, an infantry battalion will include a headquarters a [..]
Source: army.mil.nz

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In typography, divisions of the em space, used for fine-tuning the letter spacing of text type. Different typesetting systems and desktop publishing software use different unit divisions: 8, 16, 32, a [..]
Source: writedesignonline.com

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A standard quantity used in measurement. Example: an inch is a unit of length, a centimeter is a unit of length, and a pound is a unit of weight.
Source: mathway.com

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Definitions (2) 1. A quantity generally accepted as a standard for exchange.
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Refers to the combination of inking, plate and impression operations to print each color. A 4-color press has 4 printing units each with its own inking, plate and impression functions.
Source: neenahpaper.com

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A component of a Course having a discrete designated code and title in which students enrol and complete specific work requirements. A Unit is commonly:\n- a quarter of a trimester workload;\n- carrie [..]
Source: deakin.edu.au

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This is the abbreviated name of the unit. (20 characters or less).
Source: deakin.edu.au

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Sourced from TITLE in the Callista UNIT_VERSION table
Source: deakin.edu.au

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This is the short name of the unit. (40 characters or less).
Source: deakin.edu.au

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In typography, some fraction of an em space
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A standardized package or amount used in shipping, e.g., pallet, slip sheet.
Source: theodora.com

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Any division of quantity accepted as a standard of measurement or of exchange.
Source: nysscpa.org

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UK expression usually meaning an electric or diesel multiple unit
Source: railway-technical.com

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A piece of fabricated dimensional cubic or thin stone.
Source: selectstone.com

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Term normally used to refer to one single assembly of insulating glass.
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See Property.
Source: rentables.com

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A fractional, undivided interest in a unit investment trust.
Source: investinginbonds.com

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A unit, also referred to as attachment, is a machine designed to perform a certain technological function.
Source: zirkon-print.de

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Every measurement is expressed as a multiple or fraction of dome appropriate, well-defined unit quantity such as centimeter, volt, etc.
Source: dataphysics.com

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Smallest tradable component of an asset: share for stocks and mutual funds, $1000 quantity for most bonds, and contract for options and futures.
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Unit is a distinct service sold independent of the type of service (including capacity, location, etc.) Reported units do not include Fiber Miles 
Source: investors.zayo.com

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A unit, also known as an equity unit, is the term used to describe a "share" of "ownership" in the primary pool and to calculate disposable income. At the time a gift (or other mon [..]
Source: finance.princeton.edu

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A package of securities, such as a bond and warrant that become separable at a later date.
Source: firstrade.com

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A value, or weighting, assigned to a course counting towards a degree or diploma. The term "credit" is also used. In 2007 the University of Calgary implemented a new computer system where th [..]
Source: ucalgary.ca

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See Credit. Only the University of Victoria uses a unit rather than a credit system: 1 unit = 2 credits.
Source: bctransferguide.ca

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see ‘Subject’.
Source: teqsa.gov.au

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A unit is the equivalent of a subject at school. Students will study a number of individual units to make up their whole course. See also course, module and subject.
Source: studyinaustralia.gov.au

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A unit is a division in the course outline that represents a lesson. Learners view all of the content in a unit on a single page. For more information, see Developing Course Units.
Source: edx.readthedocs.io

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This is an indicator of the value of the course within the total program. Most courses are valued at 6 units. Units are used to track progress towards completing a plan. Full-time students normally un [..]
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(n) any division of quantity accepted as a standard of measurement or exchange(n) an individual or group or structure or other entity regarded as a structural or functional constituent of a whole(n) [..]
Source: beedictionary.com

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Each topic is given a weighting in units. Full-time students normally complete 18 units each semester, or 36 units a year. A 3-year course requires the successful completion of 108 units that meet the [..]
Source: flinders.edu.au

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  One; a single person or thing.
Source: doctor.ndtv.com

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A set of classes that run over a teaching period and provide instruction on a particular subject matter. A unit generally has three or four contact hours per week and may be designated as core or elec [..]
Source: qut.edu.au

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A unit is a discrete component of study normally representing 150 hours of student workload, including contact hours, personal study and examinations. It is equivalent to 6 points of credit. By specia [..]
Source: governance.uwa.edu.au

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The individual components that make up a qualification or degree. They may also be studied as stand-alone subjects, i.e. not as part of a degree. They are held over the course of a study term. Each un [..]
Source: open.edu.au

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A self-contained, structured course of study, with a coherent and explicit set of learning outcomes and assessment criteria.
Source: accesstohe.ac.uk

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 Term of measurement used to describe amount of credit the college awards upon completion of a class.
Source: lavc.edu

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Every course at SCU is made up of a series of units (individual subjects that you will study). Enrolling in one or two units in a study period is considered a part-time load. Enrolling in three or fou [..]
Source: scu.edu.au

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A subject or component to be studied as part of a course, and which has its own code and name. Units mostly have a value of six credit points. Units may be core (compulsory) or elective (non-compulsor [..]
Source: une.edu.au

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Each course is composed of course units, which may be core/compulsory or elective. Each unit is discrete in its objectives, content, methods and assessment, is identified by a suitable unit and code, [..]
Source: acu.edu.au

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College credit is measured in terms of the "unit." You earn one unit by performing three hours of class work per week for one semester, which includes work in the classroom or lab and in out [..]
Source: success.losrios.edu

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Term sometimes used to refer to an element.
Source: ita-aites.org

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A measure of credit earned for course completion. A unit is based on the number of hours of instruction per week required in the classroom and/or lab or in independent study. A course earning three se [..]
Source: collegeofthedesert.edu

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A specific measure of value ascribed to satisfactory completion a course of study. Sometimes referred to as credits or hours.
Source: smc.edu

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a set of lectures, seminars, tutorials and/or practicals on a particular topic, and the associated assessment. Each unit has a specific code (e.g. HEA101 Australian Literature) and a percentage weight [..]
Source: utas.edu.au

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The credit you will receive toward completing your degree. Each SFU program requires a certain number of units. Courses indicate the number of units they are worth, for example English 104-3 gives you [..]
Source: sfu.ca

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The measure of energy consumption on which pricing is based. One unit is 1 kWh.
Source: powerswitch.org.nz

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The unit of electricity consumption (kWh)
Source: powerwise.gov.ae

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The organizational element having functional responsibility for a specific incident Planning, Logistics, or Finance/Administration activity. Unity of Command:
Source: usda.gov

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Standard measurement for the values submitted to Amazon CloudWatch as metric data. Units include seconds, percent, bytes, bits, count, bytes/second, bits/second, count/second, and none.
Source: docs.aws.amazon.com

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a coherent body of teaching/learning material usually focused on one specific topic or subject.
Source: dictionaryofeducation.co.uk

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A numerical value associated with a course or program.
Source: usc.edu.au

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Formerly referred to as a credit, the numerical value received for completing a course.
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A fractional, undivided interest in a unit investment trust.
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The component of a course (i.e. a unit or module) in which VET on a discrete subject is provided in accordance with the specifications of the unit or module to students enrolled in the course.Unresolv [..]
Source: det.wa.edu.au

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An ownership interest in an Investment Option that is purchased by making a contribution to an Account.
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A unit is the common name given to a discrete component of study within a course; the term includes "subject" and "module."
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An ownership interest in an Investment Option that is purchased by making a contribution to an Account.
Source: misaves.com

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An ownership interest in an Investment Option that is purchased by making a contribution to an Account.
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meaning (entallsbetydning): the 'singular' meaning of a collective noun with the emphasis on the group as one body. When a collective noun has unit meaning, it is referred to by means of sin [..]
Source: folk.uio.no

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Any outdoor advertising display. (Back To Top)
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A poster panel or painted bulletin.
Source: scenickentucky.org

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Any outdoor advertising display.
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a beat of reciprocal action or a resolved bit of subtextual struggle within a scene.
Source: www2.austincc.edu

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Specialized Hospital facilities which provide Intensive Care for Burn Patients.
Source: online-medical-dictionary.org

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The Hospital Unit in which Patients with acute cardiac disorders receive Intensive Care.
Source: online-medical-dictionary.org

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Those areas of the Hospital Organization not considered departments which provide specialized Patient Care. They include various Hospital special care wards.
Source: online-medical-dictionary.org

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Hospital Units in which care is provided the Hemodialysis Patient. This includes Hemodialysis centers in Hospitals.
Source: online-medical-dictionary.org

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Hospital Units providing continuous surveillance and care to acutely ill Patients.
Source: online-medical-dictionary.org

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Movable facilities in which diagnostic and Therapeutic services are provided to the community.
Source: online-medical-dictionary.org

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Facilities providing diagnostic, Therapeutic, and palliative services for Patients with severe Chronic Pain. These may be free-standing clinics or Hospital-based and serve ambulatory or Inpatient Popu [..]
Source: online-medical-dictionary.org

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Any DNA sequence capable of independent replication or a molecule that possesses a Replication Origin and which is therefore potentially capable of being replicated in a suitable Cell. (Singleton & [..]
Source: online-medical-dictionary.org

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The Hospital Unit in which Patients with respiratory conditions requiring special Attention receive intensive medical care and surveillance.
Source: online-medical-dictionary.org

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Rooms in Health care facilities for Patients who require a minimal level of care.
Source: online-medical-dictionary.org

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A system of physical units in which the fundamental quantities are length, Time, mass, electric current, Temperature, luminous intensity, and amount of substance, and the corresponding units are the m [..]
Source: online-medical-dictionary.org

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A measurement for investment funds. For example, purchases and sales are made in units, such as 100 units in an investment fund.
Source: cooperators.ca

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The square pits that archaeologists dig are called “Units”. A typical size used in southern California is a 1×1-meter square excavated in 10-cm levels. These are often called “one-by-ones” in [..]
Source: sandiegoarchaeologicalsociety.com

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A square or rectangle of a archaeological grid system used to measure the horizontal location of archaeological resource being studied. UTM
Source: heritageedu.com

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an individually identifiable element used to describe, for example, the members of a population or the elements selected when sampling; examples of units include individual animals, herds, flocks and [..]
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a division of quantity accepted as a standard of measurement or exchange.
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A engine or locomotive.
Source: hobonickels.org

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The combination of leased land with adjacent leased areas by an operator, performed either because of state regulation or because of an operational consideration. Once unitized, the mineral owner' [..]
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An individual apartment.
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An equal proportionate share of rights over the investment returns earned by a unit trust.
Source: theinvestmentassociation.org

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"Unit" or "condominium unit" means a part of the property which: (a) Is described in ORS 100.020 (Condominium provisions) (3); (b) Is intended for any type of independent ownership [..]
Source: oregonlaws.org

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A collective investment is divided into equal parts called units. These units are then bought and sold by investors in a fund. The number of units held is multiplied by the unit price to determine the [..]
Source: architas-mm.com

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Unit Test Unit Tests A unit is a basic component of a program. Typically this is one function or a class. We test these units to verify that they work as we intend.
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It is used to denote the smallest amount of wager without mentioning the currency or Dollar.
Source: gamblers007.com

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the dollar amount of a basic bet, i.e., one chip.
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(See Sampling Unit)
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A standard bet, often the table minimum.
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a fixed quantity (as of length, time, or value) used as a standard of measurement; a single thing, person, or group forming part of a whole.
Source: wef.org

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A military element whose structure is prescribed by competent authority, such as a table of organization and equipment.
Source: move.mil

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The joining interests in a reservoir or field to provide for development and operations without regard to separate properly interests.  Also, the area covered by a unitization agreement.
Source: millenniumexploration.com

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A surface area that encompasses part of or the entirety of a reservoir.
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A contiguous parcel of land deemed to cover one or more common reservoirs, as determined by state or federal regulations. Unit interest owners generally share proportionately in costs and revenues.
Source: cardinalenergygroup.com

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a quantity adopted as a standard of measurement
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The college, school, department, or other administrative body in colleges, universities, or other organizations with the responsibility for managing or coordinating all programs offered for the initia [..]
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Required field for entering inventory. Some units from the manufacturer (e.g., “KU”, “Packs”, “Vials”, “Kits”) do not always match the available units in the ChemTracker's list of [..]
Source: chemtracker.org

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A course of study that makes up a degree.
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This is an indicator of the value of the course within the total program. See EFTSL.
Source: policies.anu.edu.au

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 A standardized package or amount used in shipping, e.g., pallet, slip sheet.unit of sale:
Source: retailvelocity.com

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 A value that indicates the amount of college credit given for a course.  Most college courses are three units, or three credits
Source: piaahawaii.com

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Home sweet home. The unit is the area that you actually own and hold title to. Repair and upkeep of the unit are generally your responsibility.
Source: cmhc-schl.gc.ca

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Two or more corporate securities (such as preferred shares and warrants) offered for sale to the public at a single, combined price. Unlisted
Source: investorsedge.cibc.com

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In the Manual, the term ‘red cell unit’ is used to denote the red cells from one standard blood donation
Source: optimalblooduse.eu

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Detailed statement defining the title, accredited unit number, Learning Outcomes and Assessment Criteria that contribute to the qualification syllabus.
Source: association.sportsleaders.org

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An assembly or any combination of parts, subassemblies, and assemblies mounted together. Normally capable of independent operation. A single object or thing.
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(sciences) A standard measure of a quantity. ''The centimetre is a unit of length.'' The number one. or used. In this meaning, also called unit of issue. (US,military) With [..]
Source: en.wiktionary.org

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One commercial message regardless of length.
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the property being appraised use value - 
Source: tangiassessor.com

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See “Strata Unit”.
Source: firststateconveyancing.com.au

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More than one class of securities traded together (e.g., one common share and three subscription warrants).
Source: people.duke.edu

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Unit may refer to:
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In mathematics, an invertible element or a unit in a (unital) ring R is any element u that has an inverse element in the multiplicative monoid of R, i.e. an element v such that uv = vu = 1R, where 1R [..]
Source: en.wikipedia.org

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UNIT is a fictional military organisation from the British science fiction television series Doctor Who and its spin-off series Torchwood and The Sarah Jane Adventures. Operating under the auspices of [..]
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Unit is the second full-length album by Australian band Regurgitator, released in November 1997. Its style is a mixture of 1980s style synthesised pop music and alternative rock, with some hip hop inf [..]
Source: en.wikipedia.org

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UNIT is a fictional military organisation from the British science fiction television series Doctor Who and its spin-off series Torchwood and The Sarah Jane Adventures. Operating under the auspices of [..]
Source: en.wikipedia.org

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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 an [..]
Source: en.wikipedia.org

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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 [..]
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UNIT is a series of audio plays produced by Big Finish Productions focused on the fictional military organisation of the same name which features regularly in the British science fiction programme Doc [..]
Source: en.wikipedia.org

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Scientific and Practical Center "UNIT" or SaPC "UNIT" - is a NGO of tactical medicine trainers that originally formed in February 2015 and finally incorporated in March 11, 2016.
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