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one-stop

(wŭn′stŏp′)
adj.
Relating to or providing a comprehensive selection of goods or services at a single location: one-stop shopping; a one-stop health-care center.

one-stop

adj
having or providing a range of related services or goods in one place: a one-stop shop.
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Many IHEs have adopted a one-stop lifestyle on campus, especially within the past five years.
In today's fast-paced, time-crunched society, it's no secret that 82% of homebuyers overwhelmingly prefer a simplified, "one-stop" home buying experience.
Company offers one-stop shop for material handling, storage and packaging systems
* TANF and VR Co-Location of Personnel--Where co-location of agency personnel exists, it seems to stem from local conditions, such as involvement in one-stop employment and training centers or similar systems.
One natural offshoot of this trend is the identification of "one-stop shops," suppliers who satisfy the company's global needs for a certain product or service.
* First, several national carriers may develop standardized, advanced network services for many countries, like "one-stop shopping" agreements that allow each carrier to continue to operate services in its home country.
Four cities and the lone municipality in the nation's capital are lacking a business one-stop shop, making it challenging for investors to set up shop there.
DOLE setting up one-stop shop in POGO hubs !-- -- Mayen Jaymalin (The Philippine Star) - August 13, 2019 - 12:00am MANILA, Philippines The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) is setting up one-stop shops to accommodate the rising number of foreign nationals seeking employment atPhilippine offshore gaming operator (POGO) companies.
(TAP) - One-stop shops dedicated to finalising travel formalities to the holy shrines for the 2019 pilgrimage season (1440 Hegira) were opened on Monday in all governorates of the Republic.
Entrepreneurs investing in the economic zones will get all types of trade and investment services from various government agencies within 45 working days of their application, according to the One-Stop Service Rules issued by the Prime Minister's Office on Tuesday.
The Philippine Economic Zone Authority (Peza) will no longer be a one-stop shop if lawmakers insist on removing an edge that makes it easier for investors to do business, according to an official.