unduplicated

unduplicated

(ʌnˈdjuːplɪˌkeɪtɪd)
adj
not duplicated or copied; unique
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DCN's members are some of the most trusted and well-respected media brands that, together, have an unduplicated audience of 230,604 million unique visitors or 100% reach of the U.S.
According to Cincinnatis Youth Data Dashboard, in 2018 there were 598 unduplicated homeless individuals ages 18-24 in Hamilton County, 75 percent of whom were minorities, 8 percent of whom were LGBTQ, and 10 percent of whom were parents of young children.
"In the past year, we increased unduplicated users by 300 patients," said Basler.
audience offering reaches more than 100 million unduplicated listeners--with 13% audience overlap between the two companies.
EatingWell.com and CookingLight.com will continue to operate as separate destinations with a combined reach of nearly 6 million unduplicated monthly unique visitors.
The Shape and Fitness websites sites will continue to operate as separate digital destinations, with a combined reach of almost 7m unduplicated unique monthly visitors.
The assistance provided by the Department to 75,752 affected families (based on the unduplicated number of affected families) has already reached a total of P1,769,307,357.20 worth of services and interventions.
Cars Social allows automotive dealers to reach an unduplicated, unique audience of in-market Cars.com shoppers on Facebook and Instagram.
Meredith's National Media Group reaches nearly 200 million unduplicated American consumers every month, including 85 percent of US Millennial women.
According to one of its market studies, of the Philippines' 60 million internet users, 45 million are 'unduplicated' fans of Disney.
Meredith's National Media Group reaches more than 100m unduplicated women every month, including nearly 75% of US Millennial women.