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  • v  draw from specific cases for more general cases
  • v  speak or write in generalities
  • v  cater to popular taste to make popular and present to the general public; bring into general or common use
  • v  become systemic and spread throughout the body
    this kind of infection generalizes throughout the immune system

  • That way, they can generalize the lessons they learn in school.
  • Perhaps one of the differences with girls and it's very hard to generalize is that they have more of a facility with speech.
  • Though it's premature to generalize based on animal results that the same phenomena would hold true in people, Swithers says, she notes that other human studies have already shown .

  • Gisele Bundchen in FOXNews
    Everybody knows the standard for models is to be thin,Bundchen said. "But you can't generalize and say that all models are anorexic."
  • Michael Chertoff in FOXNews
    I don't think I can generalize for the whole state of Texas, but there are places where a fence makes sense, there are places where a fence doesn't make sense,Chertoff said Wednesday, referring to Laredo.
  • Sean Payton in
    I wouldn't generalize it as the kicking game as much as field goals specifically,Payton said.

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