one-on-one one-on-one


  1. (adj) directly between two individuals
  2. (adj) being a system of play in which an individual defensive player guards an individual offensive player
  3. (adv) (of two persons) in direct encounter



  1. It's no surprise that tween girls like one-on-one relationships and boys are more interested in groups.
  2. Mastering the machine isn't easy or inexpensive: it typically requires six to 10 one-on-one lessons, at $45 to $75 an hour.
  3. I'll state now that my one-on-one review didn't cover the many other brands with reputable LCD sets.


  1. Drummond Group Introduces Pre-Test Support Program for 2014 Edition Testing and Certification

    Designed for software vendors and organizations seeking to certify EHR systems for the 2014 Edition criteria, the program offers one-on-one access to Drummond Group's test proctors. (PRWeb June 12, 2013) Read the full story at
    on June 12, 2013     Source: PRWeb

  2. Tom Sturridge Preps For a "Magical" Father's Day With Sienna, Marlowe, and His Mom

    Tom Sturridge pushed his almost 1-year-old daughter, Marlowe, in her stroller for a walk around the West Village neighborhood of NYC with his fiancée, Sienna Miller , and his mom, Phoebe Nicholls, yesterday. Sienna and Marlowe also spent a bit of one-on-one time earlier in the day sporting matching hairdos. Tom is winding down from a big weekend at Sunday's Tony Awards, where he was a nominee ...
    on June 12, 2013     Source: PopSugar

  3. One-on-one: Packers' McCarthy opens up about helping children in need

    Following a Packers practice this week, head coach Mike McCarthy sat down with for a one-on-one interview and opened up about a place - and more importantly, the people - that have become close to his heart at American Family Children's Hospital in Madison.
    on June 8, 2013     Source:

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