oner

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oner

(ˈwʌnə)
n
1. a single continuous action (esp in the phrase down it in a oner)
2. an outstanding person or thing
3. a heavy blow
[C20: from one]
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She was immediately buried, but had not been in her untimely grave but a few hours before she was taken up and examined by the cor- oner, who decided that she had come to her death by severe beating.
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With Big Ben as a backdrop, the 62-year-old Hollywood star said she was very "happy" to be in Britain and told Londs oners to get ready to see her face on posters all over town.
While the scandals of the occupation of Iraq, of the rendition of pris oners worldwide, and of Guantanamo Bay continue, there is no welcome for those who try to justify them.