ones place


Definition of ones place

: units place In the number 716.3, the 6 is in the ones place.

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But there’s still one place where that ease of knowledge hasn’t extended: the salon. Megan Mcintyre, Glamour, "What No One Tells You About Tipping at the Hair Salon," 12 Dec. 2018 The one place that could actually offer him that and the accompanying, ‘hey work, rebound, defend and all the other dirty work’ is Miami. Barry Jackson, miamiherald, "ESPN analyst explains why Miami is the best fit for Carmelo Anthony," 12 July 2018 The one place where Spotify might have a leg up: advertising. Cherie Hu, Billboard, "Aggressive Content Bundling Might Be Spotify's Only Chance of Competing With Apple, Amazon," 10 July 2018 The one place where her European clout is clearly understood is Washington. Alan Crawford,, "As Merkel’s Power Drains, the Threat to Europe Grows," 27 June 2018 And finally, a word on old content that does not meet these standards: These standards did not exist in one place, accessible to all people working on the brand, until this document was published. Carolyn Kylstra, SELF, "How Should a Health Brand Talk About Weight?," 25 June 2018 But the one place where people are starting to already feel the pain, the agricultural Midwest. NBC News, "Meet the Press - June 24, 2018," 24 June 2018 Better to have all that information reside in one place, the place called mother. Claire Dederer, The Cut, "What I’d Like to Tell My New-Mom Self," 30 May 2018 The latest addition: YouTube Music, which aggregates all of the millions of songs and videos on YouTube into one place, available on iOS, Android, and desktop., "YouTube's Music Streaming Service Is Here To Compete With Your Top Spotify Playlists," 22 May 2018

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1852, in the meaning defined above

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