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unilateral

adjective independent, lone, not recippocal, one-sided, single, singular, unaided
Associated concepts: unilateral action, unilateral contract, unilateral mistake
See also: ex parte

unilateral

‘one way’.
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Since criticism of the film in terms of spectatorial unilaterality and textual fidelity remains complicitous, my concern here is to counter such totalizing tendencies with close intertextual analysis.
The unilaterality of these orders, and the fact that they were directed to the partisans in Marw (and its suburbs) only, can hardly be disputed.
Indications of a more significant injury include unilaterality, local swelling and tenderness, instability, a snapping feeling, joint effusion, inability to walk or run, and onset with significant trauma or over a short duration.
Wolfgang Leiner's "L'Amour de Mariane, du plaisir et la rhetorique du sentiment; cheminements de la critique entre mythes et texte,"(14) welcome heir to Spitzer's anterior pronouncements,(15) encapsulates in title and corroborates in content the serrated quality of Guilleragues' "recueil," the vacuity of early critical reception, the relatively recent resurgence of interest in a text so long anchored in subjugation, so long rattled by mix-interpretative unilaterality.
The effect of lateral position on maintaining unilaterality of subarachnoid block and the effect of adding fentanyl to hyperbaric bupivacaine in achieving unilateral subarachnoid block undergoing lower limb surgeries on one limb was studied in a total of 60 patients.
a) List of high-risk features in patient samples used for the study, specifying side (left or right), bilaterality or unilaterality, the type of optic nerve invasion, and the presence of choroidal invasion (focal: <3 mm;massive: >3 mm).
Even though prostate cancer is known as a multifocal disease, contemporary studies report an increase in frequency of cancer unifocality from 13% to 38% and unilaterality from 19% to 63%.
use of the parlance of force, sabre-rattling, hegemony and unilaterality