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to make universal

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draw from specific cases for more general cases

become systemic and spread throughout the body

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In this section, we first generalize the notion of the generalized (ph, , p, th, m)-invexities, and then recall some important auxiliary results for the problem (P) on hand.
Survey design methodology is used to gauge and generalize behaviors and attitudes of a population based on a sample of the targeted population.
It is important not to exaggerate the importance of the fact that gains may not generalize to other exams, Even if an accountability program produces true, meaningful gains, we would not expect gains on one test to be completely reflected in data from other tests because of the inherent differences across exams.
If the writer had argued that he could generalize from his study of these two elite dynasties of rice planters to rice planters in general in the low country during the nineteenth century, we might be able to take his conclusions more seriously.
However, research suggests that when skills are taught in one setting, they do not necessarily generalize to other settings, especially when those other settings are substantially different from the one in which the training took place (Stokes & Baer, 1977).
They generalize the concept from individual examples in order to discuss its structures and light propagation properties.
In this paper, we generalize some of the results in [6] which carry over when nilpotent groups are replaced by solvable groups.
Even if the outcomes of the treatment and control groups differ significantly, we cannot be sure that the results will generalize to other locations and to other grades.