unduplicated

unduplicated

(ʌnˈdjuːplɪˌkeɪtɪd)
adj
not duplicated or copied; unique
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a leading cross-platform measurement company, today announced the launch of MMX Multi-Platform in Vietnam to measure unduplicated audiences across desktop computers, smartphones and tablets to account for todays Total Digital Population.
l,1502-91(g) by requiring corporations filing consolidated returns to redetermine consolidated NUBIG and NUBIL on certain unduplicated gain or loss in the stock of included subsidiaries taken into account during the recognition period.
The Times-Picayune in New Orleans still reigns supreme with the highest unduplicated market reach, according to a new study from The Media Audit.
The world-renowned research company ACNielsen, in a 2005 survey, showed that Radio Sawa and Alhurra television now reach a total unduplicated audience of 35 million.
Highlights from this fall 2002 report include: (1) the unduplicated credit headcount enrollment of 73,947 demonstrates an increase of 5,157 (7.
Rodale E-Mail Masterfile, 1,144,786 subscribers to and buyers of various Rodale publications, merged and unduplicated.
The Information Strike Force team unites industry leaders with unduplicated expertise and experience: EDS for seamless service and reliability; WorldCom for unparalleled network connectivity; Raytheon for uncompromising security; companies like Cisco, WAM NET, Microsoft, Dell, Dolch, Dataline, for proven products and services; plus support from scores of small businesses.
6 million unduplicated visitors a month, making it the seventh-largest digital media property, according to Media Metrix.
5 billion ad impressions per month, Real Media provides both the unduplicated reach of its worldwide network of local interactive newspaper brands and the targeting of its national vertical content networks.
The company's Xmedia product is promising a "total, unduplicated view" by merging TV and digital audience metrics in a single tool.
However, the unduplicated online and print reach was 80%.
The colleges serve an unduplicated headcount of 77,118 credit students, and a total unduplicated enrollment of 189,153.