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in general

adverb accepted, average, broad, common to many, customary, extensive, generally, habitual, in common, inclusive, most of the time, overall, popular, prevalent, representative, sweeping traditionally, typical, universal, usually, widespread
Associated concepts: summation before a jury
See also: as a rule, generally
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In this case we find again, as we found when we were discussing words in general in the preceding lecture, that images are not logically necessary in order to account for observable behaviour, i.
In general, this type of Web Services delivery method offers better performing and more powerful cross-platform Web applications; helps to reduce enterprise development, deployment, and maintenance costs; and provides a much more effective use of existing server and bandwidth capacity.
In general, he says, "The Latino work force is not competing with the local available work force; they're augmenting it.