# one-one

[wuhn-wuhn; usually read as wuhn-tuh-wuhn]

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## Examples from the Web for one-one

### Historical Examples of one-one

"Give me one-one," she will put it, with an impersonality as fine as if she were calling for four figures.

Friendship VillageZona Gale

Hence there will be a one-one relation between the state of a given person's mind and the state of the whole material universe.

Mysticism and Logic and Other EssaysBertrand Russell

The notion of a one-one correspondence between rows may be extended to flat and axial pencils, viz.

Accordingly they can be associated in a one-one correspondence with the positive and negative real numbers.

A congruence-group is a finite continuous group of one-one transformations, containing the identical transformation.