How to use There-s-only-one in a sentence

there-s-only-one
  • Unfortunately, there's only one included in the package, so you and your BFF will have to fight over it.

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  • I'm closing the doors around you, until there's only one that's open.

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  • It's a shame there's only one.

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  • Dual-cores contain "two-lanes" of data; as one lane gets clogged with information, there's only one more lane to pass the data through.

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  • If there's only one word to describe a beach wedding, perhaps it's easy.

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  • If you think you have what it takes to join the ranks of today's leading bikini models, there's only one way to find out.

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  • Regardless of where you buy or how you make a gift, there's only one way to know if it will really be the best, and that's to ask.

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  • Seth and Maggie fall in love when they meet in the hospital where she's a heart surgeon, but there's only one problem-he's an angel who's supposed to be watching over Los Angeles.

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  • The choices aren't as grand, as there's only one small men's section on the Easy Spirit website, compared to multiple sections of women's shoes and handbags.

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  • There are hundreds of thousands of things that will improve health, but there's only one thing that's been routinely proven to extend life; it's been proven across a large range of species.

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  • After a long night of festivities, there's only one way to clean things up--send in the maid!

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  • With that, there's only one thing left to say--let the shopping begin!

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  • There is one time travel theory that simply hypothesizes that there's only one possible way you could time travel and that would be into the future, never into the past.

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