oncer

oncer

(ˈwʌnsə)
n
1. Brit (formerly) a one-pound note
2. Austral a person elected to Parliament who can only expect to serve one term
3. NZ something that happens on only one occasion
[C20: from once]
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I am absolutely blown away by the passion and commitment of the Oncer fans.
Organizational trust has been studied in sociology, psychology, and management (Yildiz & Oncer, 2012) and has a great significance in organizational behavior.
However, the operational mechanisms of foreseeing and preventing crises may be insufficient (Ataman, 2002; Oncer, 2000; Simsek, 1999).
There are many annual conferences and symposia, with the resulting output of articles (Desaa (2006); Smith, Barr, Barbosa and Kickul, (2008); Oncer and Yildiz (2010).
He was joined by shadow Defence Secretary Andrew Murrison, who served as a medical oNcer in the Royal Navy for 18 years.
Labour then offered a 100 [pounds sterling] rebate for the 1958 year, a oncer.
sheep in bunuel / are women in hats, oncers, passionate
Words like notes, ackers, pelf, readies, smackers (or smackeroonies, the more extravagant word that I particularly remember), bills, oncers, and so many more spring to mind.
Oncers will hopefully learn Emma's fate when the midseason premiere airs Sunday on ABC.
While Oncers have to wait an extra week to find out what's in store for Savior Emma Swan (Jennifer Morrison) and her parents, ABC has released the synopsis for "Changelings.
Oncers have two weeks until the next installment of "Once Upon a Time" airs but the ABC series' showrunner isn't making fans wait that long for details about the upcoming Season 6 episode.