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  • n. A serving of fish and chips.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. singly; one at a time; one after another.


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  • "In return for Struan's depositing 50 percent of all foreign exchange for a five-year period; a promise you'd keep average cash deposits with them of between 5 and 7 million Hong Kong dollars — one and one half million U.S. dollars worth; that you'd use the bank as your second Hong Kong bank and the First Central as your prime lending American bank outside of Hong Kong for a five-year period.

    Noble House

  • They each led into an empty room, dusty and cheerless, with two windows in the one and one in the other, so thick with dirt that the evening light glimmered dimly through them.

    Sole Music

  • All for one and one for all: the Musketeer credo permeated the group around the fire.


  • It's an idea that's probably familiar to all of you because it's summed up by LULAC's founding creed – all for one and one for all.

    Remarks of Senator Barack Obama: League of United Latin American Citizens


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