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an idea or conclusion having general application

the quality of being general or widespread or having general applicability

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In addition to the discussion and voting in the Generality of the Proposed Law on Repatriation of Financial Resources Domiciled Abroad, there are five more points on the agenda, especially the discussion and voting of the Draft Legislative Authorization Law authorized by the President of the Republic, as holder of the Executive Power, to legislate on the Deduction of the Premium of Investment in Seat of the Tax on the income of the Oil in the Contract of Services at Risk for Block 48.
To make sense of things at the highest level of generality is to make sense of things in terms of what it is to make sense of things.
This argument is based on the claim that conceptual states, but not perceptual states, meet Evans's Generality Constraint.
In the present era of debased cultural norms, it is of the utmost pastoral concern that the generality of Catholic become undeceived about the way their actions in time affect their prospects in eternity.
Results show differential patterns of correlations, varying with level of generality of affective and conative constructs, and with different aspects of science achievement represented by the dimensions of basic knowledge and reasoning, quantitative science reasoning, and spatial-mechanical reasoning.
0 will be used to help ascertain the correctness and generality of these new reference fitting algor ithms.
Even if the speaker of such a generality means to assert that society has a duty to help those who have disadvantages -- not a matter of dispute -- the implications of such a generality should not be overlooked.
The proof of the theorem "in full generality represents a milestone in algebraic number theory," mathematician Jonathan Rogawski of the University of California, Los Angeles remarks in the January NOTICES OF THE AMERICAN MATHEMATICAL SOCIETY.
The book is enormously ambitious: it sets out to prove that by enshrining the principle of treating like cases alike ("the generality principle") in the constitution, the body politic could be purged of much sordidness and conflict.
7) The first technique is "generality manipulation," by which judges adjust the generality with which interests are defined and deliberately cause them to fail applicable tests of scrutiny.
The intensified familiarity at which Freud aims his art, both formally and psychologically, eliminates all generality in favor of this extreme particularity.
In what follows, I use two prominent families of pragmatic arguments for generality to make my point.
They only major departures from that generality are a high 60-62% of injection and compression/transfer plants in Ontario, and a low 36% of RP/composites processors in that province.
Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, words such as "may," "will," "expect," "believe," "anticipate," "intend," "could," "would," "estimate," or "continue" or the other negative variations thereof or comparable terminology are intended to identify forward-looking statements.
WJTM: I want to take up this idea of conceptual generality, the sense in which your work isn't merely an inventory of local situations but an attempt to make clear a picture of the dynamics of authority and subjection - a picture that could travel, that could move from one situation to another.