How To Use Generalised In A Sentence

the hedgehog is a primitive and generalized mammal

Another possible cause of impaired lung function could be increased sclerosis of bronchial arteries as a consequence of generalized arteriosclerosis in diabetes.

In 1826 he generalised his theorem to a hyperboloid of revolution, rather than a cone.

It consists of a more or less generalized, disseminated or grouped, milletseedsized, acuminated pustules, usually seated upon dullred, papular elevations.
Essentials of Diseases of the Skin Including the Syphilodermata Arranged in the Form of Questions and Answers Prepared Especially for Students of Medicine

There may be a generalized constitutional upset with fever, headache, loss of appetite and weight, and joint pains.

The correlation is expected to be positive if the factor abundance proposition holds in its generalized form.
Competing in a Global Economy

A twoyearold girl presented with a generalized seizure with tonic  clonic movements of all extremities.

There are other kinds of generalized seizures that are basically inhibitory, like briefly turning off a switch.

It can be argued that a firstperson singular such as Mr. Singh is too sweeping, too apt to be essayish and generalized, to be quite accountable all the time.
CrackUp

There is a generalized mild anhedonia in the community, which has its origin in the fatigue of overintense purposes, failure to realize ideals and the difficulties of choice.
The Foundations of Personality

Symptoms range from isolated ptosis, diplopia or mild proximal muscle weakness to severe generalized weakness.

A 33yearold man presented with a generalized pruritic skin exanthema that had been present for 1 day.

I can feel depressed and sad enough just knowing about tragedy in a generalized sense.

By the generalized inverse matrix and the minimal norm solve of the consistent linear equation sets, a complete track controller of the linear timeinvariant system is designed.

The most dramatic clinical presentation is generalized convulsive seizures.

But it's almost too slick for emotional engagement and beyond its generalised political overtones the play lacks solid ideas.
Times, Sunday Times

Grosseteste's method is primarily dialectical; its aim is the discovery of a definition, a generalized verbal characterization, and it is perhaps not surprising that he discusses composition before taking up resolution, for in certain sciences (notably mathematics) the syn  thetic or compositive method is all that seems to be needed in most cases.
Dictionary of the History of Ideas

Since the eighteenth century, sex has not ceased to provoke a kind of generalized discursive erethism.

It usually begins in late childhood and the affected child may also suffer from absence attacks or generalised seizures.

One manifestation of this was the hypothesized existence of orgone which, as Wiki says, entailed: ... an extrapolation of the Freudian concept of libido as a physical, bioenergetic force, developed by psychoanalyst Wilhelm Reich in the late 1930s, who generalized and abstracted it far beyond Freud's semimetaphoric use.
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It may present as a localised infection or involve a single organ or as generalised septicaemia.

Unlike proper length, this generalized affine length depends on some arbitrary choices (roughly speaking, the length will vary depending on the coordinates one chooses).
Singularities and Black Holes

According to background information in the report, an HIV / Aids epidemic is classified as generalised and severe when the overall percentage of the disease affects more than one per cent of a given population.
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I believe Leya stated she "had an acute dystonic reaction to a prescription medication six years ago, which eventually resulted in me developing something called tardive generalized dystonia." and never claimed it was from the flu shot.
H1N1

The results of verification show that generalized tangent bulk modulus is more typical and reliable.

Direct skin contact can cause various kinds of rashes, including generalized skin irritation, or something known as “folliculitis” from oilclogged skin pores.
Gina Solomon: Q&A PART 1: Gulf Coast Oil Spill and Your Health  the Basics

The correlation is expected to be positive if the factor abundance proposition holds in its generalized form.
Competing in a Global Economy

They are impersonal, capable of communication to other men in similar states, and are generalised: they are no longer private and incommunicable.

If socalled compsognathids – all of them relatively small, ecologically and morphologically generalized, longlimbed, longtailed theropods that hunt small vertebrate prey – are not a clade but are actually scattered about the base of the coelurosaur family tree, this likely indicates that this ecotype was the ancestral one for coelurosaurs.
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All 15 patients had generalised rhythmic myoclonic ‘seizures’ but eight had also had focal clonic episodes affecting various sites.

She's highly skilled in generalized answers  keeping herself above the fray.
Palin’s Stevens Problem  Swampland  TIME.com

The patient presents at birth or during the first year of life with generalized weakness and characteristic myopathic facies with several physical deformities.

The headache may be generalized, but it is more commonly unilateral and localized to the temporal area.

There has only been one trial of an antipsychotic drug, trifluoperazine, for generalised anxiety disorder.

Isolated showers will give way to more generalized rain later in the day.

As a typical species of generalized conversational implicature, scalar implicature falls well into the realm of Default Logic susceptible to systematic formalization.

This combination process, called unconstrained fibring, can be generalized, by allowing C1 and
Combining Logics

The rhythm of modern life is punctuated by beeps, bleeps and a generalized attention deficit disorder.

Frustratingly, these pensées are almost invariably generalized.

One of the most common and generalized folk dances is the hora (circle dance), danced by men and women holding hands.

He suffered from pain in the loins, scanty urine, hematuria, and generalized edema.

I thought I was suffering from generalized anxiety and depression.

A training shell is a generalised tutorial system which can operate with a variety of knowledge bases.

However, in two cases of segmental disease, genetic transmission of the generalized disease has been reported.

To say that a spacetime is singular then is to say that there is at least one maximally extended path that has a bounded (generalized affine) length.
Singularities and Black Holes

Or maybe it's a generalized androphobia (a fear of men).
Who's Afraid of the big Bad Elf?

But sense (4), that of "what it is like" to entertain a given quale, can be generalized: It is not only qualia that have the higherorder whatit'slike property; arguably propositional attitudes and other states that do not involve qualia in sense (3), such as occurrent thoughts, have it too (Siewert
Representational Theories of Consciousness

Consistent with benefits found with other adaptogenic substances, Rhodiola rosea appears to offer generalized resistance to physical, chemical, and biological stressors.

But this was extended, through myth and legend, to be seen as a generalized blessing.

There appear to be two problematic assertions involved: first, an overly generalized, if not at times hypostatized, split of cultural spheres into
The Kyoto School

The theory of weighted empirical processes is an important element for(generalized) nonparametric likelihood ratio goodness of fit test.

How many films are retained in our minds as simply a memory of having seen them, of a reaction to them and perhaps a generalised sense of atmosphere, an emotional or aesthetic texture?

They persuasively argue that in all the generalized and sometimes highfalutin talk about globalization, the central role that women play in the massive migrations that define and sustain the new economy has been ignored.

As Cæcius, the "darkener," became ultimately changed into Cacus, the "evil one," so the name of Vritra, the "concealer," the most famous of the Panis, was gradually generalized until it came to mean "enemy," like the English word fiend, and began to be applied indiscriminately to any kind of evil spirit.
Myths and Mythmakers: Old Tales and Superstitions Interpreted by Comparative Mythology

The generalized assertion of privilege must yield to the demonstrated, specific need for evidence in a pending criminal trial.

A differential diagnosis would be an overlapping spectrum of nonLangerhans cell histiocytosis with xanthoma disseminatum, generalized eruptive histiocytoma, and indeterminate cell disorder.

This may provide a way beyond the generalised extremes of homogeneity and heterogeneity in analysing the necessity and contingency in organisational forms of capital.

Can the results from scientific research be generalized to witnesses in the real world?

These include normal doses of anaesthetic agents, overdoses of sedative drugs or alcohol, and a generalized epileptic seizure.

The correlation is expected to be positive if the factor abundance proposition holds in its generalized form.
Competing in a Global Economy

In such a work the library shewn requires what I may term generalised fittings.
The Care of Books

And, on the other hand, the forming of a generalisation is the putting together in one class all those cases which present like relations; while the drawing a deduction is essentially the perception that a particular case belongs to a certain class of cases previously generalised.
Essays on Education and Kindred Subjects Everyman's Library

Various forms of generalised insult and uncivil ad hominem attack have too often been the norm, and the opportunity for factual and disciplined analysis of where Lomborg's book may be wrong is largely forgone.

There is irony in this: just as sacramental penance has disappeared, a more generalized confessional culture seems to have exploded.

We have already seen this use generalised to descriptive titles of books, paintings etc (Reclining Nude; Portrait of a Lady …) Of proper nouns, Halliday has this to say “With proper nouns [the referent] is defined experientially: there exists only one, at least in the relevant body of experience … This means that typically there is no further specification … Proper names usually occur without any other elements of the nominal group”.
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Pure clonic seizures without facial involvement in term infants suggested favorable outcome, whereas generalized myoclonic seizures in preterm infants were associated with mortality.

Open Field activity, the first behavioral test performed, was assessed to examine generalized activity and thigmotaxis
PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles

At least two separate industries will be examined, to assess to what extent the results may be generalized.

Exophilia may be regarded as the sexual form of neophilia, which is the more generalized attraction to new and unknown things.
Exophilia

We found that treatment based on performance mastery produces higher, more generalized, and stronger efficacy expectations than treatment based on vicarious experience alone.

One third or more of menstrual cycles in women with generalized seizures are anovulatory.

Combined, the Generalized System of Preferences and Andean Trade Preference Act support tens of thousands of US jobs while sustaining economic growth and employment across the US and the globe.

To monumentalize this observation into a method of reading would be to regress from the rigor exhibited by Shelley which is exemplary because it refuses to be generalized into a system.
Thinking Singularity with Immanuel Kant and Paul de Man: Aesthetics, Epistemology, History and Politics

The generalised Poincaré conjecture has since been shown for all dimensions greater than 4, but the original conjecture has so far remained unproven.

In these passages, films and contemporary artworks become privileged referents for honing in on the qualities of contemporary affective pathologies and especially on what might be called a generalised culture of suicidal violence.
Mute magazine  Culture and politics after the net  CULTURE AND POLITICS AFTER THE NET

Moreover, in GEM the generalized Product principle (P. 16Ï) is also derivable as a theorem, with ˜Ï™ as weak as the requirement of mutual overlap, and we can introduce a corresponding functor as follows:
Wild Dreams Of Reality, 3

You mistake correcting your original assertions with some kind of generalised defence of everything Fisk ever wrote.
On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

As it is the beginning of creating artificial matter, generalized design is a productive power and can push forward economic development and social progress.

Rather than report on the details of their results, we present here a more generalized discussion.

Instead those in the study developed a generalized sense that the system was failing.

Regression through the origin with phylogenetically independent contrasts … which is equivalent to phylogenetic generalized least squares (PGLS) analysis, accounts for the nonindependence of species and indicates no overall evolutionary relationship between the traits … The apparent pattern across species was driven by positively correlated trait change only at the basal split of the phylogeny; throughout the rest of the phylogeny, the traits mostly changed in opposite directions (A; basal contrast in red) ….
Discover Blogs

The sampling distribution and hypothesis testing of this nonlinear generalized correlation coefficient will be studied with linear regression model .

The South African government criticised Australia on Friday for issuing a "generalised" public warning about possible terror attacks in SA, without using normal diplomatic channels,
ANC Daily News Briefing

Making a generalised and sweeping statement on every politician and the whole system was an irresponsible act.

At first a fairly generalized elephant species, mammoths evolved into several specialized species adapted to their environments.

But we are talking about hall of fame status here, a generalised ultimacy, and the ability to snake out and randomly thrill even the stoniest heart is a part of that.
Barcelona are just as processed as the premier burger on the menu  Barney Ronay

In addition to predicate denial, in which a predicate F is denied of a subject a, Aristotelian logic allows for narrowscope predicate term negation, in which a negative predicate notF is affirmed of a. The relation of predicate denial and predicate term negation to a simple affirmative proposition can be schematized on a generalized square of opposition
Contradiction

Sri Lanka, which ended a 25year internal conflict with Tamil Tiger rebels in May, is one of 16 countries benefiting from an EU deal to enhance socalled generalised system of preferences terms offered to developing countries  provided sustainable development and good governance conditions are met.
LBOLanka Business Online

THE PRESIDENT: Let me answer first the  first of all, there's quite a difference between the generalized Arab boycott of Israel, which we have worked to bring to an end, simply because Israel existed, and the HelmsBurton bill, which provides the President some flexibility in its administration and which is directed against the only country remaining in our hemisphere which is not a democracy, and which passed in the aftermath of Cuba's flagrant shootingdown of two airplanes, American airplanes, in international airspace and killing innocent civilians, most of whom were American citizens.
President Press Conference With Santer And Prodi

The detector derived from Generalized Likelihood Ratio Test (GLRT) is developed under interference model.

By using a universal method a new existence theorem of solution for a generalized equilibrium problem in topological vector space is obtained.

Other symptoms may include chills, anorexia, generalized or frontal headache, severe myalgia and arthralgia, weakness, and fatigue.

One perhaps was ursine chiefly, another feline chiefly, another bovine chiefly; but each was tainted with other creatures, — a kind of generalised animalism appearing through the specific dispositions.
The Island of Doctor Moreau

The results of verification show that generalized tangent bulk modulus is more typical and reliable.

Professor Macalister draws our attention to the fact that Mr. Darwin uses the term panniculus in the generalised sense of any sheet of muscle acting on the skin.) (to put the question under another point of view, is it the primary or aboriginal function of the panniculus to move the dermal appendages or the skin itself?); but both are superficial, and would perhaps together become rudimentary.
More Letters of Charles Darwin — Volume 2

Beurling worked on the theory of generalized functions, differential equations, harmonic analysis, Dirichlet series and potential theory.

The rise of the Carron de SaintThomas clan offers a generalized illustration of how the Savoyard administrative elite developed at this time.

Notably, those carnivoran species that have become human commensals are all generalized omnivores smaller than most wolves: raccoons Procyon lotor, Red foxes Vulpes vulpes, Golden jackals Canis aureus and coyotes C. latrans.
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There are notable resemblances between the two figures in their comportment and demeanor and, even more so, in their generalized, evenfeatured beauty.

Generalized weakness, malaise, loss of coordination and respiratory arrest may be present; mortality is close to 50percent in some studies.
Fish poisonings and envenomations

Berth allocation problem is abstracted as Package Problem, and an integer model is presented which considered simultaneously berth and quay cranes and whose objective is minimize the generalized time.

The Echinidea, again, are frequently quoted as exhibiting a gradual passage from a more generalized to a more specialized type, seeing that the elongated, or oval, Spatangoids appear after the spheroidal Echinoids.
Essays

And these principles may be generalised thus: _Whatever is constantly related to a phenomenon (cause or Kind), determined by certain characters, is related in the same way to any phenomenon, that has the same characters_.
Logic Deductive and Inductive

There may be a generalized constitutional upset with fever, headache, loss of appetite and weight, and joint pains.

First, a random generalized Cookie  Cutter set K _ T on [ 0 , T ] is constructed.

A training shell is a generalised tutorial system which can operate with a variety of knowledge bases.

We therefore decided to use a lymph node biopsy from a patient with generalised lymphadenopathy.
Françoise BarréSinoussi  Autobiography

Both these explanations fail to deal with the generalised nature of aggressive actions by men towards women.

Under suitable conditions the existence, uniqueness and asymptotic behavior of the generalized solution for the problems are studied.

He generalised Gauss's method of quadrature and expressed the polynomials which are involved as a determinant.

Lateonset dystonias (after age 45) are about 10 times more common than earlyonset generalized dystonias.
The Scientist

Thus, this genome study is focused upon dogs exhibiting generalized epileptic seizures.

Cleareyed, from her childhood days with the saloonkeeper Cady and Cady's goodnatured but unmoral spouse, she had observed, and, later, generalized much upon sex.
CHAPTER IV

Patients with localized lichen planus are usually treated with potent topical steroids, while systemic steroids are used to treat patients with generalized lichen planus.

There was a time at midcentury when maligning the mother took a more generalized form.

Neither is the offering of tobacco a part of generalised hospitality  except in the form of the loose tobacco which women add to betel nut chews.

What you've got is generalized anxiety, not just aviophobia," she was told.
Fear Of Flying? Take The Train.

Using intrascale dependency of wavelet coefficients and generalized Gaussian model, this paper proposes an adaptive neighboring threshold value denoising method.

Sick sinus syndrome is a generalized abnormality of cardiac impulse formation that may be caused by an intrinsic disease of the sinus node that makes it unable to perform its pacemaking function, or by extrinsic causes.

Any people can be delivered from thraldom but they need, as Tasman rightly points out, the undergirdimg worldview, which is NOT 'generalised Westernism' as if that could power anything but our current cynicism and self destructive hedonism.
On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

The lower abdomen is rarely exposed to the sun, so that disorders characterized by generalized hyperpigmentation may be quite evident there.

Based on the constraint matrix method developed by Japanese scholars, a generalized constraint matrix method was proposed for calculation of the temperature stress of RCCDs.

The image force acting on the piezoelectric screw dislocation and the generalized stress on the surface of rigid line are calculated.

But it is reasonable to expect that the media do not repeat and pursue allegations in a way that prejudges their validity pending the outcome of investigations by the Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards … Above all, they should not use individual allegations as the occasion for making highly generalised and unsubstantiated comments against Members of this House as a whole and against our parliamentary system.
Betty Bothroyd The Autobiography

No respondent generalised on a scale anything like that of the authors cited above.

In particular, it would be important to replicate this study using different cultural products in order to see if the observed effects can be generalized across art product categories.

With so many contributors and such a diverse approach, it is hard to make any generalized pronouncements about the exercise.
The Times Literary Supplement

Writers and technicians routinely produce voluminous product specifications, regulatory requirements, and computer system documentation in SGML (Standard Generalized Markup Language) format.

No differences were found to exist and the results were generalized to the target population.

The correlation is expected to be positive if the factor abundance proposition holds in its generalized form.
Competing in a Global Economy

In the same year he generalised von Neumann's spectral theorem to locally compact abelian groups.

Psychiatric disorders ... increased significantly between waves 1 and 2 among LGB respondents living in states that banned gay marriage for the following outcomes: any mood disorder (36.6% increase), generalized anxiety disorder (248.2% increase), any alcohol use disorder (41.9% increase), and psychiatric comorbidity (36.3% increase).
Philip N. Cohen: Institutional Discrimination Is Bad for Mental Health

A 17 year old man was referred with a 12 hour history of generalised headache, mild photophobia, and a rash on his body that was macular and blanching.

They generalised the use of a new invention.

Even such a generalized television announcement as ‘Go to Church Sunday’ would be a regular reminder on Saturdays to many televiewers of their church privileges and responsibilities.

In [[algebra]], the '' 'continuant' '' of a sequence of terms is an algebraic expression which has applications in [[generalized continued fraction]] s and as the determinant of a
Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium  Recent changes [en]

Mary is the generalized young thing of novelettes, with no attempt at individualization except perhaps her "velvety" eyes, which however are forgotten in the course of the story.
A Doomed Young Man

Passwords are generated using a pseudorandom number generator called Mersenne twister, which is an advanced algorithm that creates high quality random numbers using a twisted generalized shift feedback register, and has a higher number of dimensions than linear congruential generators.
Softpedia  Windows  All

Standard Generalized Markup Language ( SGML ) is used to mark the logic structure of text.

Through midJuly, CMAG, which uses automated capture technologies to monitor the airwaves, identified $9.7 million supporting Obama’s recently unveiled health care plan, $4.7 million opposing it, and $19.7 million more in generalized spending by groups staking out positions either before Obama detailed his plan or not directly supporting or opposing it.
Democratic Party to spend millions shoring up internal support for health care rationing.  Moe_Lane’s blog  RedState

The project includes elements of courtyards from various regions of the country, such as wells, trellised vines, stonewalls, and flowerbeds, forming a generalised image of a Bulgarian courtyard.

We use a generalized inverse of V, however, in case it is not of full rank; if this occurs, the degrees of freedom are the rank of the matrix V.

There is a generalized infection with involvement of the liver, spleen, bone marrow, and lymph glands.

And when it is taught, history is too often batched together with other subjects into a vapid and generalised "humanities" course which fails to do it justice.
If we have no history, we have no future  Tristram Hunt

He restudied and generalised the mathematical theories of Kummer fields and of cyclotomic fields from the standpoint of abelian varieties over algebraic number fields.

The chief problem facing this definition of singularities is that the physical significance of generalized affine length is opaque, and thus it is unclear what the relevance of singularities, defined in this way, might be.
Singularities and Black Holes

If socalled compsognathids – all of them relatively small, ecologically and morphologically generalized, longlimbed, longtailed theropods that hunt small vertebrate prey – are not a clade but are actually scattered about the base of the coelurosaur family tree, this likely indicates that this ecotype was the ancestral one for coelurosaurs.
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Meantime, let H be a generalized single coronoid system H, then .

Although they are generalized propositions, principles are dissimilar from rules.

We have generalized this method and made it applicable to data from multiple unlinked loci.

It appears not to be inputspecific but may provide a generalized boost to impulse traffic.

The linear inequality constraint of contact force is obtained by using dynamic equation of robotic arm and joint generalized driving force constraint.

Generalized tonic seizures may mimic decerebrate and decorticate posturing.

A 4yearold girl presented with generalized papules , erythema, desquamation, subcutaneous nodules around large joints, as well as a 3yearhistory of progressive eye damage.

Analyzing relationship between load and continuous beam three moment formula by using generalized diagram multiplication method.

Todd generalised the arithmetic genus and the invariants of the canonical system on an algebraic variety to a system of invariants of every codimension.

There may be a generalized constitutional upset with fever, headache, loss of appetite and weight, and joint pains.

In his dissertation, he presented theory and experiments on the osmotic pressure of concentrated solutions of carbon dioxide in various solvents  just generalized soda water.

Functional handgrip strength can be used as a standard method to detect decreases in strength that indirectly indicate generalized muscle weakness and the resulting metabolic changes.

General examination to exclude generalised lymphadenopathy or metastatic disease should then be undertaken.

Cleareyed, from her childhood days with the saloonkeeper Cady and Cady's goodnatured but unmoral spouse, she had observed, and, later, generalized much upon sex.
CHAPTER IV

In addition, fever, neutropenia, generalized skin rash, abdominal distension, and tenderness were frequent symptoms on his admissions.

The clinical presentation of low obstruction is late bilious vomiting and generalized abdominal distension.

Paraclypeal piece: in lepidopterous pupa, occurs in some of the generalized families on each side of the maxillary palpi.
Explanation of Terms Used in Entomology

Let us call a triple consisting of a set T of qualitons, a binary relation thereon of exact similarity R, and a binary relation C of compresence, a trope structure (Mormann: generalized trope space).
Tropes

Williams took up painting full time only in the 1980s, after years of making sculptural reliefs that presented more generalized, symbolic statements about the human condition.

Patients with tensiontype headache do not typically report any visual disturbance, constant generalized pain, fever, stiff neck, recent trauma, or bruxism.

The recent progress of car gasolene engine is generalized and the frontier research trend proceeded on gasolene engine is presented in the article.

Chronic persistent anxiety neurosis is known as generalized anxiety disorder.
Clinical Work with Adolescents

Writers and technicians routinely produce voluminous product specifications, regulatory requirements, and computer system documentation in SGML (Standard Generalized Markup Language) format.

She experienced an increase in generalized aches and pains.

An exfoliating generalized dermatitis is exceptionally observed in the first weeks of life (_dermatitis exfoliativa neonatorum_), lasting some weeks, and in most cases followed by recovery.
Essentials of Diseases of the Skin Including the Syphilodermata Arranged in the Form of Questions and Answers Prepared Especially for Students of Medicine

Thus the question of whether a path has a finite or infinite generalized affine length is a perfectly welldefined question, and that is all we'll need.
Singularities and Black Holes

Now, if they, too, follow their leadership's example, schools will now draft generalized, nonspecific statements of what not to wear.

Seizures are present in up to 25 percent of patients and may be generalized, focal, myoclonic jerking, or movement induced.

Darwin generalized from many facts to reach his idea about the origin of man.

Why have social science studies been generalized to the whole population while being based only on samples of men?
Sociology

These models are somewhat restricted in their direct physical application, though some generalized conclusions could be drawn from these results.

Based on the concept of basic internal force and generalized constraint matrix, a new method was proposed for calculation of the internal force of truss structures.

In his dissertation, he presented theory and experiments on osmotic pressure of concentrated solutions of carbon dioxide in various solvents  just generalized soda water.

We are all grist and generalized matter, and most of our weaponry is manufactured and operates on a nanometer level.
METAPLANETARY

Regression of generalized leukaemia in rat is induced by the granulocytic chalone.

Other symptoms may include chills, anorexia, generalized or frontal headache, severe myalgia and arthralgia, weakness, and fatigue.

As generalized markup developments moved from the labs to the standards arena and started to become metalanguages, three basic parts to generalized markup language emerged.

The core disturbance involves an acute generalised impairment of cognitive function that affects orientation, attention, memory, and planning and organisational skills.

A major reason for presenting an exhaustive review of the Inuit economy in Nunavut is to dispel the commonly held view that the Inuit traditional economy can be summed up by the term generalized reciprocity.
Climate change impacts on Canadian Inuit in Nunavut

Because every map element solely correlates a second characteristic value, the map element can be expressed as a generalized isoline or isoplane of second characteristic value.

The system uses a generalized aspheric optic element placed near the aperture stop of an optical instrument to produce these results.

The generalized sidelobe canceller is nothing more than the toplevel description of a beamformer.
Martin Ringo on Principal Components « Climate Audit

Such a generalized response to a generalized stimulus can be mediated through a nervous system, as in the case of the phototaxis of the moth, but with the development of a specialized nervous system both stimulus and response can be refined.
The Human Brain

This action may well underlie the use of these remedies to treat generalized allergic reactions and bee stings respectively.

Recovery is mostly uneventful but convalescence is prolonged with generalized weakness, fatigue and depression.

The commutation is a virtual admission of guilt by Bush that the outing of Plame was part of a generalized conspiracy in the White House that involved major players, i.e. either Bush or Cheney themselves.
Bush Impeachment �� Libby Commutation Makes it Imperative

It is proposed that using generalized gamma cyclic model may predict production and recoverable reserves of oilandgas fields driving inspiration from Master Weng′s cyclic model.

These are types of generalised seizures that involve short periods of unresponsiveness, often many times a day.
Times, Sunday Times

This results in generalized oedema  or ‘dropsical effusion’ as it was called in the 1820s by Richard Bright, in his classic description of chronic nephritis (Bright's disease).

The style is rather too breezy and generalized, and there are a number of historical and theological inaccuracies.
The Times Literary Supplement

The Logic of Consistency is a necessary auxiliary to the logic of truth, not only because what is inconsistent with itself or with other truths can not be true, but also because truth can only be successfully pursued by drawing inferences from experience, which, if warrantable at all, admit of being generalized, and, to test their warrantableness, require to be exhibited in a generalized form; after which the correctness of their application to particular cases is a question which specially concerns the Logic of Consistency.
A System Of Logic, Ratiocinative And Inductive

Furthermore, by allowing the selection function to take values in an interval, the conception of random selection is generalized.

The Court stated: "To read the Article II powers of the president as providing an absolute privilege as against a subpoena essential to enforcement of criminal statutes on no more than a generalized claim of the public interest in confidentiality of nonmilitary and nondiplomatic discussions would upset the constitutional balance of 'a workable government 'and gravely impair the role of the courts under Article III.
Jackson Williams: "Executive Privilege" Alert: White House Planning Major Effort to Confuse Americans Yet Again

The main rules and propositions were generalized and formalized in field manuals and regulations.

He undertook a largescale work on generalised differential equations in functional derivatives.

This paper puts the emphasis upon the array processing of the angularspread signal which is called the generalized directional signal and aims to match this signal model in the energy sense.

Today I introduced a new bill that would suspend what we call the generalized system of preferences.
Blisstree

So much so that the work seemed overdriven, overgeneralised and overblown.
Times, Sunday Times

The court held that there was a cause of action and thus generalised the existing action for enticement of a servant.

A mathematical programming method is developed, by considerina the optimal placement of active control forces as a generalized01programming problem and solving it by implicit enumeration.

I had an acute dystonic reaction to a prescription medication six years ago, which eventually resulted in me developing something called tardive generalized dystonia.
H1N1

Darwin generalized from many facts to reach his idea about the origin of man.

So the extent to which the lessons drawn can be generalised is probably more limited than we sometimes argue.
Localism and equality

There are proposed explanations for the endoflife brain activity as nonfunctional, generalized neuronal depolarization.
Deepak Chopra: EndofLife Brain Activity  A Sign of the Soul?

By grounding interviews in recent consultation, we sought to minimise generalised or idealised accounts.

While archaeological perspectives on the passage of Greece into the Roman empire have begun to be explored, further detailed regional studies are needed to nuance the current generalized picture.

On examination, he was feverish with generalised lymphadenopathy and widespread crusting papulopustular lesions.

About twice as many women as men are said to have panic disorder, posttraumatic stress disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, agoraphobia, and specific phobia.

To be fair that kind of generalised warning is not as helpful as if he had sent a text message warning people to vacate the WTC on 9/10 but I have a feeling he would not have been lauded for his humanity all the same … wow gold Says:
Matthew Yglesias » What Other Country

Darwin generalized from many facts to reach his idea about the origin of man.

The _large flatpustular syphiloderm_ (_ecthymaform syphiloderm_) consists of a more or less generalized, scattered eruption, of large pea  or dimesized, flat pustules.
Essentials of Diseases of the Skin Including the Syphilodermata Arranged in the Form of Questions and Answers Prepared Especially for Students of Medicine

He generalized that if contaminated wounds healed well with antiseptics, simple incised wounds would benefit from the application of antiseptic as well.

Initial signs and symptoms are generalized malaise, chills, fevers, headaches, arthralgias, and a nonproductive cough.

Data were analyzed using Generalized Linear Models with a logarithmic link function.

To monumentalize this observation into a method of reading would be to regress from the rigor exhibited by Shelley which is exemplary because it refuses to be generalized into a system.
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Referral to a subspecialist also may be considered for patients who have more generalized pain related to irritation of a thoracic or intercostal nerve root.

Different races clearly have different physical characteristics, but the case for a generalised superiority of one race over the other is weak.

The battles showcase a generalized blur of blood within much frenetic camerawork, but we get very few startling evocations of real mayhem or horror.

This process is called instantiation and requires using the new keyword in the following generalized code: var myVariableNam: DataType = new Class;
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Use of this drug is now fairly generalized.

But this was extended, through myth and legend, to be seen as a generalized blessing.

A punch biopsy at the border of the lesion is necessary to rule out melanosis secondary to malignant melanoma that manifests as a generalized bluegray skin discoloration.

This method can be easily generalized to relativistically phenomenological dynamical equation.

At the other end of the spectrum is the formulary approach: banking is defined in terms of a few, generalized characteristics.

The element can be a separate component, or it can be integrated onto a traditional lens element by the addition of a generalized aspheric surface.

He suffered from pain in the loins, scanty urine, hematuria, and generalized edema.

* A denizen is precisely determined by calculating the generalized autoregressive conditional heteroscedascticity of the standard deviation of "residents", passed through a Bayesian filter, and finally normalized through a timedelay, reentrant neural net optimized with genetic algorithm parameter narrowing.
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Only generalised distress, they assert, represents a failure to respond adaptively to social challenge.

A child with generalized anxiety worries a lot about everyday events.

The sector under my control in the Department of Nephrology specialized in socalled "systemic" disease, or disease characterized by generalized abnormalities of the immune system.
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In any case, an evolutionary algorithm is a model of the behavior of generalized replicators.
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Erysipeloid usually begins as a localized wound infection but may progress to a generalized septicemia.

But governments these days face anomie, impatience, generalised discontent, which are less amenable than they once were to the recompense of doctrinal zeal, for the simple reason that it does not exist.

The text combined by three chapters:Chapter 1: The introduction of Varese, including the biography, compositional periods and concept of musical, all above, is generalized briefly.

For systems with input saturation constraint and invertible static input nonlinearity, a two step generalized predictive control (TSGPC) strategy is adopted.

A series of generalized shapes  an alphabet of dress  is impressed into long bolts of cloth; individuals can then scissor them into many different versions.

Its dramatic nuances were often generalised to the point of opacity.

We can generalize German beer in the same way that Stone can be generalized as 'hoppy' and New Glarus as 'safe' and the South as 'a wasteland of decent craft beer.'
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Some existence theorems of periodic traveling wave solutions for this kind generalized BBM equation are given.

Rather they owed their popularity and usefulness to the rather generalized reference that they made to the males and females of the human species.

The nucleolus is plausible because people actually come to it, and to the Shapley value, without any knowledge of game theory: TVA asked how to allocate the benefits of its dam and came up with the Shapley value, a generalized version of the Aristotelean proportionality rule that is sensitive to concerns about team play.
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In this paper , two properties of paraboloid in the textbook Analytic Geometry is generalized.

These records refer to the qafilabashi's generalized interference in the darogha's activities by "acting as if the whole place (Jamrud) belonged to him (the qafilabashi)," the qafilabashi causing a night time commotion at Jamrud when the darogha was registering some 700 to 800 camels for the next day's travel, the qafilabashi verbally assaulting Afghan nomads whom he claimed refused to carry Durrani government stores, and his "thrashing the kuchis, imposing double fines and seizing their camels.
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Most of the report consists of generalized observations, unsupported by dates, names and times.

The Generalized Hamming Weights (GHW) of linear codes characterize the cryptography performance of the code on the wiretap channel of type two.

Unfortunately, these descriptions are too generalized and/or lack accompanying illustrations, and hence cannot be used to separate Halisaurus from other mosasaurs.

It can be checked that all these generalized formulations include the corresponding finitary principles as special cases, taking ˜Ïw™ to be the formula ˜w = x
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A 56  year  old woman developed lead poisoning while receiving an Indian herbal medicine for generalised weakness.

Most febrile seizures are, however, generalised, brief and occur only once during a febrile illness.

These birds formed the topic of our aftersupper conversation, and then it generalised to the different species of wading birds of America, and at length that singular creature, the "ibis," became the theme.
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Twenty four hours later she developed the signs and symptoms of tetanus, with increasing jaw stiffness, opisthotonos, and generalised limb spasticity.

The female body imaged in the film is not abstract, generalised or idealised.

He applied his theories of generalised functions and of embeddings of function spaces to cubature formulas.

Middle cranial fossa exploration revealed two punched out defects in the dura, with generalised dural thinning, overlying the tegmen and mastoid dural plate, which were eroded.

With chronometrical precision Switzerland does away with all wolves, and is charged with the killing of at least 25 wolf cubs, which amounts to a generalised licence to kill.

A stearic type stereotype is a simplified and generalised generalized idea about a group of people.

Middle cranial fossa exploration revealed two punched out defects in the dura, with generalised dural thinning, overlying the tegmen and mastoid dural plate, which were eroded.

In the passages Mr Hughes referred to, it is at the end of the learned trial judge's reasons for decision and we say, with respect, there is no clear articulation of the prejudice there; it is entirely generalised.

Cholesterol embolisation occurs in patients with generalised atheroma, arising as a consequence of arteriosclerosis.

The premise is correct: there has been progress; theories are refined, generalised, clarified, simplified, and perfected.

Todd generalised the arithmetic genus and the invariants of the canonical system on an algebraic variety to a system of invariants of every codimension.

However, the government is still considering a discretionary compensation scheme to make up for loss of value through what it terms "generalised blight", caused by fear of HS2's impact.
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There is often slight guarding and generalised tumidity of the abdomen similar to the ‘doughiness’ of tuberculous peritonitis.

Many firesetters have poor academic achievements, which is more related to a generalised set of behaviour problems.

It may present as a localised infection or involve a single organ or as generalised septicaemia.

The generalised irreverence of his earlier films has hardened into a focused attack on the equal absurdities of war and the British class system.

A training shell is a generalised tutorial system which can operate with a variety of knowledge bases.