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belonging or relating to the whole

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a wine that is a blend of several varieties of grapes with no one grape predominating

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any product that can be sold without a brand name

relating to or common to or descriptive of all members of a genus

(of drugs) not protected by trademark

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applicable to an entire class or group

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The former Royal Marine said: 'Our performances, our preparations and a lot of the things we do are generically unacceptable.
Collins said: 'Our performances, our preparations and a lot of the things we do are just generically unacceptable.
Occasionally passages of what Clement Greenberg might have called "buckeye abstraction"--colorful, generically AbEx splashes and swirls--threaten to engulf them, as in Too Pretty, in which a young man shades his eyes from an incandescent conflagration of orange and violet streaks.
The oral medication Accutane, known generically as isotretinoin, is one of the most popular ways to treat severe acne.
Noviant has extended its Nymcel[R] disintegrant range with the addition of Nymcel ZSX-W, generically known as croscarmellose sodium.
At the same time, they resist "modern" concerns about anti-Semitism in the representation of Shylock by viewing Shylock as a figure in a dialectic the end of which is not the suppression of a particularly minatory member of a culturally opprobrious race, but the celebration of a spiritual dispensation that brings redemption to all humanity, even Shylock, who, after all, is shown the mercy he denied Antonio, and whose mandated conversion to Christianity and deed of gift to "son" Lorenzo clear the way for a possible and generically appropriate rapprochement.
The book hardly tells readers generically what large families are like, but offers fascinating insights.
Beyond the issues generically inherent in master narratives, From British Peasants to Colonial American Farmers contains three internal challenges that Kulikoff must deal with as his next book heads westward and into the nineteenth century.
Generically called neighborhood electric vehicles (NEVs), DaimlerChrysler produces one of them, called General Electric Motorcars (GEMs).
To lump all Web-enabled applications into one group, generically labeled "Traditional ASPs," is misleading.
Benoit, who also scores films and conducts classical music, helped foster radio's contemporary jazz format -- known generically as the Wave -- with such hits as ``Linus and Lucy'' and the best-selling albums ``Freedom at Midnight'' and ``Every Step of the Way.
In short, in order to prevent research on human embryos from occurring, in vitro fertilization by all methods must be generically prohibited in both public and private domains by law.
Serious engagement with the "information explosion" that followed the collapse of press censorship was left to historians, who were less troubled than literary critics by the ephemeral, polemical nature of such writing, or by its generically bewildering variety.
Juleyka Lantigua decries the generically Latino TV characters ("That Latino Show," February issue), and I certainly don't blame her.
A: All skin ulcers, including all skin tears, are to be coded in Ml, which identifies them generically as ulcers.