The former senior intelligence official said the hacking bore the hallmarks of a “campaign,” and not a one-off operation.
Most Cacophony events were one-off affairs, just enough to jam the culture a bit before moving on.
“[Us & Them] is different because you actually have to write the episode, so a one-off joke premise may not really hold,” he says.
According to an account in The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, written in the 9th century, that failed Viking raid was hardly a one-off.
No one knows now if it will be a one-off or the beginning of a trend.
Furthermore, airline spokesman Morgan Durrant said the pizza-fest was not a one-off.
That could be much more effective than a high-profile, one-off high-level Kerry visit.
Ghani had been educated in London and was outspoken and funny, so she was a one-off.
It takes bucketsful of imagination to pull it off, and you wonder whether Room is a one-off.
Any network can find and polish a one-off hottie to fight back tears at the disaster site du jour.
Something unique; something not repeated:encouraged band member Jim Warchol to think of 5th and National as more than a one-off (1934+)