uniquely in Inglese

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adv. in a unique manner; singularly; exceptionally

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An n-critical graph cannot be separated by the points of a uniquely (n - 1)- colorable subgraph.
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Each order is uniquely numbered (the order_num column).
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He did not feel invisible at all, but horribly and uniquely visible; and he knew that somewhere an Eye was searching for him.
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Here the polynomials q and r are uniquely defined.
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However, that input must be of a uniquely high standard and reflect the uniqueness of the giver.
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On the other hand, a generalized resolvent of a non-maximal symmetric operator A is not uniquely defined.
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Probably nobody can stand isolation without either being particularly strong and resourceful or feeling uniquely significant.
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The acquisition will uniquely help a buyer's position in its existing businesses.
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The link-state acknowledgment packet uniquely identifies the LSA packet that it is acknowledging receipt of.
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The tacit assumption was that a grammar uniquely determines a structure for each string in its language.
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Sinonimi

solely: only, alone, singly, simply


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