not specific

See: open-ended
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ISLAMABAD -- Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has said that the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) project is not specific to any one province rather the whole the country will benefit and prosper after it was completed.
The statement noted, that this issue is not specific to any particular country, citizenship document, or visa category.
He said the plane never entered Thai airspace and that Malaysia's initial request for information in the early days of the search was not specific.
However, this chemical is not specific to ovarian cancer and may also be raised in benign conditions, so a raised CA125 level does not mean for sure you have ovarian cancer.
lot furniture: the purpose of this contract is for the provision of generic pieces of furniture that are not specific to media centers (armless, chairs, tables, desks, carpets .
The spokesperson said though Australia has sympathies for the communities affected by sectarian violence, its Humanitarian Program is not specific to any particular country but only for refugees.
It's not specific to content or population, and will be warmly received by any education collection looking for better approaches to cultural and social integration in the school.
He said: "Cruciates are normally seven to nine months, but it's not specific.
The judges say the law is not specific enough, and that Turner was accused of intentionally violating it.
However, our poverty is not specific; the respect of the Egyptian person's dignity is not specific.
There have been a number of applications submitted recently which have contained supporting information that was not specific to the application site.
Officials have called the threat credible but not specific.