Some articles on unique:
... Tangible items are distinguished from one another by the assignment of a unique identifier in the form of a unique data string and encoded in a bar code placed on the item ... An item unique identifier is only assigned to a single item and is never reused ... the entire lot or batch may have a unique identifier assigned ...
... the Bride are an English band, founded around 1991, fronted by unique vocalist Bristol born singing star Nikki Lamborn, who co-writes original songs with ... Been is an exceptionally talented songwriter who brings a unique blend of strength and melody to each song ... a fusion of Rock, Blues, Country, Jazz and Soul, each live music event is a unique experience ...
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... A functor F1→Set maps the unique object of 1 to some set S and the unique identity arrow of 1 to the identity function 1S on S ... A subfunctor G of F maps the unique object of 1 to a subset T of S and maps the unique identity arrow to the identity function 1T on T ...
More definitions of "unique":
- (adj): (followed by 'to') applying exclusively to a given category or condition or locality.
Example: "A species unique to Australia"
- (adj): Highly unusual or rare but not the single instance.
Example: "Spoke with a unique accent"; "had unique ability in raising funds"; "a frankness unique in literature"; "a unique dining experience"
- (adj): The single one of its kind.
Example: "The unique existing example of Donne's handwriting"; "a unique copy of an ancient manuscript"; "certain types of problems have unique solutions"
Famous quotes containing the word unique:
“The unique eludes us; yet we remain faithful to the ideal of it; and in spite of sense and of our merely abstract thinking, it becomes for us the most real thing in the actual world, although for us it is the elusive goal of an infinite quest.”
—Josiah Royce (18551916)
“The parent must not give in to his desire to try to create the child he would like to have, but rather help the child to developin his own good timeto the fullest, into what he wishes to be and can be, in line with his natural endowment and as the consequence of his unique life in history.”
—Bruno Bettelheim (20th century)
“No word, no thing,
and eithers unique name.”
—Paul Celan [Paul Antschel] (19201970)