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catchall

noun container, depository, holder, receptacle, repository
Associated concepts: catchall clause to a contract
See also: depository
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Pick a spot that's out of the way and set up a large basket to serve as a catchall for things that tend to end up on the floor.
Intellectual impairment" is a catchall label that requires less paperwork than marking a student with a specific disability.
While GI (for government issue) may be a headline space saver and convenient as a catchall term, it is simply not appropriate when used in reporting the demise of those who have made the supreme sacrifice in the service of our nation," Haugerud said.
Their willingness to compromise on the catchall spending bill, he added, was ``an election-year conversion.
The Dogpile category is designed as a catchall for applications that do not fit into the other four categories.
Lasagne is not a catchall for anything and everything,'' writes Marcella Hazan, an authority on Italian food and the author of several cookbooks, including ``Essentials of Classic Italian Cooking.
Digital marketing is currently experiencing a boom, with "digital" serving as a catchall term to encompass social, mobile and metrics.
The Senate version of the latest spending bill, a catchall measure for all agencies lacking budgets, eliminates most of the amendments and would give Clinton some of the extra money he has demanded.
Turning CDP into a marketing catchall could result in products that don't fulfill the promise of CDP," says Dave Raffo, Byte and Switch Insider Senior Analyst and author of the report.
Catchall 1: Customer pick-up service centers in the morning and in the afternoon.
They should limit the range of choice to the catchall period, antitrust, or liability on a statute.
In most cases, these filibusters - the catchall term for blocking or delaying a majority vote on a bill - have resulted from an objection by a single senator who has used the filibuster to bring progress to a grinding halt in the Senate.