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Synonyms for unspecific

not detailed or specific


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WWF called on Slovakia in July 2017 to ultimately define the borders of its locality and buffer zone, secure protection against logging and wildlife hunting, finish the integrated management plan and support sustainable tourism.Despite acknowledging some progress in this field, the WWF nevertheless states that the report on the Slovak part of the Ancient and Primeval Beech Forests of the Carpathians and Other Regions of Europe is too general, unspecific and an insufficient reaction to the calls of the UNESCO World Heritage Committee.
Physical exercise is a recognized agent in the area of unspecific chronic LBP [6, 7], but the enthusiasm for exercise is not pronounced in older people with chronic LBP.
"Hurry up and get ready" (BAD because it will make a child "stressed and is unspecific") And "You make me so mad!" (REALLY BAD because, "The number one job of a parent is to stay calm no matter what happens."
The threats were viewed as "unspecific" and the matter was referred to the UK authorities, with no further action taken by the airlines.
"An assessment was made on the credibility of the threat, and given its unspecific nature, no action was taken and the matter was passed to the UK authorities.
The statement said the reports on terrorism published annually by the American State Department continued to reaffirm Sudan's full cooperation with the United States in the fight against terrorism, but still and in contradiction to this, it maintained the name of the Sudan within the list of countries it considers sponsor of terrorism based on weak and unspecific reasons.
The rows of X's were a printed reproduction of a drawing done by hand, vigorously but rather carelessly, lending a roundabout finesse to the otherwise unspecific forms.
"It was a pretty unspecific brief; he said to make something that Sydney doesn't have," Greer recalls.
On the other hand, unspecific prompts might be less efficient than specific prompts when just such a specific knowledge gap should be closed.
Emanuel's office refused multiple requests for comment from the Guardian on Wednesday, referring a reporter to an unspecific denial from the Chicago police.
Rea, a son-in-law of the late UVF leader Gusty Spence, claimed a subpoena for his tapes is unlawful and unspecific. His barrister claimed the police move was based purely on rumour and a newspaper interview given by Rea and fellow loyalist William "Plum" Smith three years ago.
The flight, with 156 passengers and eight crew onboard, had landed under emergency conditions at the Kempegowda International Airport here, following an "unspecific call" about a bomb threat.
Union's central president Mian Abdul Qayyum, addressing the protest demonstration, said that their strike will continue for an unspecific time period in the RTO Lahore.
Pre-incubation with L-NAME (unspecific nitric oxide synthase inhibitor), indomethacin (unspecific COX inhibitor), ODQ (soluble guanylyl cyclase inhibitor), atropine (cholinergic receptor antagonist), TEA (unspecific potassium channel blocker) reduced relaxations induced by 1.
"The interview was a general and unspecific statement.