Definitions

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  • adjective management Describing a service operation at which all of a customer's needs may be satisfied by a single server, without waiting in a second queue.

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Examples

  • Lottery season is the busiest time for the one-window postal branch at the university, says clerk Dinkensh Mekonen.

    Playing the U.S. Visa Lottery in Ethiopia

  • Second, Panic Software, developers of the excellent Transmit FTP client, released a one-window web development environment application named CODA.

    Web Development Tools: CSSEdit 2.5 and CODA — Meandering Passage

  • Panic Software, developers of the excellent Transmit FTP client, released a one-window web development environment application named CODA.

    2007 April 23 — Meandering Passage

  • They measured as small as 858 square feet with tiny one-window master bedrooms, no dining room and carports instead of garages.

    Real Estate: Not Your Father's Retirement

  • Relief shot through him when he reached the grimy one-window room and saw Olivia inside.

    Flash

  • Relief shot through him when he reached the grimy one-window room and saw Olivia inside.

    Flash

  • Relief shot through him when he reached the grimy one-window room and saw Olivia inside.

    Flash

  • We talk about a "one-window" approach in government in Ontario.

    Politics in the Third Wave

  • Thus far only in one case, that of the Northern Pipeline Agency, which is supervising the construction of the Alaska Highway pipeline, have federal, provincial and territorial interests been combined into a "one-window" approach.

    Energy and a Sense of Balance

  • De Margerie's one-window room on the third floor of the building is cluttered.

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