An one time or a one time

An one time or a one time

Los lobos – one time, one night

A one-time password (OTP) is a password that is only valid for one login session or transaction on a computer system or other digital device. It is also known as a one-time PIN or dynamic password. OTPs avoid a number of flaws associated with traditional (static) password-based authentication; some implementations often provide two-factor authentication by ensuring that the one-time password requires access to both something a person has (such as a small keyring fob device with the OTP calculator built in, or a smartcard or specific cellphone) and something a person has (such as a small keyring fob device with the OTP calculator built in, or a smartcard or specific cellphone) and something (such as a PIN).
Pseudorandomness or randomness are often used in OTP generation algorithms, making it difficult for an attacker to predict successor OTPs, as well as cryptographic hash functions, which can be used to extract a value but are difficult to reverse, making it difficult for an attacker to obtain the data used for the hash. This is important because it would otherwise be possible to predict future OTPs simply by looking at previous ones.

Melyjones – one time (official audio)

Go straight to the employee you’d like to make an additional payment to. A column for one-time compensations can be found in the Salary section of each employee profile. They are specifically entered in the month that they occur.
To begin, choose a payment form or build a new one, such as ‘Employees hire employees.’ Then, if desired, add a statement to the corresponding number. By clicking the Create button, you can save the operation.
Importing one-time compensations is also possible. Download the EN one-timecompensations Excel template to get started. Enter all one-time payments in the.xls file attached to this post. Fill in the payment method, number, and, if desired, a comment. Define the month and year of the payment as well. Additionally, as a unique identification function, enter the corresponding employee’s e-mail address.

Justin bieber – one time (behind the scenes)

Only the cost of equipment purchased or leased during the eligibility period (costs related to equipment purchased prior to the start of the Agreement will not be accepted) will be paid against the project, at a rate that represents the degree and length of use during that period (i.e. if the equipment is used frequently within an entity for several different tasks/activities, the Contractor or a third party will be charged).
Connection time, like hardware, should be charged to the project at a rate that reflects the degree and duration of use (for example, if the internet is used frequently within an organization for a variety of tasks/activities, the Contractor or Partner items to a shopping cart, view the fees for it, submit binding capacity requests, and make bookings with the network operator with whom the busiest is).
contributions using approved Capital II on one or more occasions to exempt shareholders’ subscription rights up to a capital increase value of not more than 10% of the total share capital at the time of this authorisation […]

One time and one time only

I frequently see and hear “twice” to mean “one (time) more than one single day,” but I also frequently see and hear “two times.” I initially mistook it for “two separate periods (referring to minutes and seconds),” but I understand it means “two tenses” (just in grammatical sense). But I kept thinking about it, and I figured it had to be another way of saying “twice.” Is that correct? What do you mean by that?
I just knew “three times” until ten minutes ago, when I came across a website that included “thrice.” Of course, I inferred the context, but I looked it up anyway. As a result, I learned that it is archaic and no longer in use, which is why I had never heard of it before. What are your thoughts? Will you make use of it?
“Once” and “twice” in the sense of “once” and “twice” are, in my opinion, somewhat more emphatic variants. “Once is one time too many,” I might say, as an example. “Thrice” is so outdated for me that I can’t even use it as a joke.
“I sat there, oblivious to the bait, while you damned everyone and his uncle, one way and the other— but when it came to my sister, you opened your mouth one too many times. That’s why I’ve finally shut it down for you.”

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