Unit.

Unit.

abbr.
1. Unitarian
2. Unitarianism

Unit.

abbreviation for
(Christian Churches, other) Unitarian
References in classic literature ?
The Town, in fact much larger than the University, was also less of a unit.
Below her Tara of Helium saw a great field entirely surrounded by the low building, and the lofty towers of which that in which she was imprisoned was but a unit.
Applications: General purpose or multi-material with optional added injection unit.
The first question a recycler might consider is whether to invest big bucks in a high-volume stationary unit with a typical 800- to 2,200-ton capacity or to go with a portable unit.
However, the audit guide states that even if a preparer disaggregates this information for evaluation purposes, the auditor should not establish more than one opinion unit for the aggregate opinion unit.
An average daily census of 10 in 1998, currently 20, short-term subacute rehabilitation residents were clustered on one nursing unit.
Women wound up fighting under conditions that Would have earned them the Combat Infantryman's Badge had they been men and assigned to an infantry unit.
To effectively reclaim foundry sand, the sand entering the reclamation unit must be free of metallics, dust collection system waste, contaminants and other materials that may be combined and melted onto the surface of the reclaimed sand as it exits the reclamation unit.
The whole purpose of this unit is because patrol didn't have the expertise and citizens weren't getting the service,'' said one officer in a specialized Valley unit.
The Appellate Division of the Supreme Court, Second Department unanimously held there is a fiduciary duty on the part of the initial board of managers to the condominium association and to the unit owners from the time of the sale of the first condominium unit.
to except from filing Form 990 any organization that is an affiliate of a governmental unit.