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generic

adjective applicable to a class, blanket, broad, collective, common, comprehensive, general, inexact, nonexclusive, nonspecific, not particuuar, not special, sweeping, universal, unspecified, wide
Associated concepts: generic name, trade name, trademark
See also: broad, omnibus, unspecified
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Burlington's stores feature discount and off-brand coats and a variety of apparel items, as well as children's items, furniture, jewelry, linens and shoes.
26 mags now (FN-FAL, M14 and AR-308), so why use an off-brand, uncommon magazine?
Admittedly, the new wave of "apps," useful tools created as small programs to run on the now-ubiquitous iPhone and iPad (and their Android and other off-brand competitors) does have a game-like quality which might lead many old-time advisors to question their value.
If, on the other hand, you roll out of your pit after hitting the snooze button on the alarm clock 46 times, scrape the fur off your eyes and stagger out of the door drinking a can of off-brand meal replacement shake, then you're probably going nowhere fast.
150 and 350, select an otherwise non-descript mid-week date during Hanukkah, strike a stadium deal (dome and blue field optional), negotiate a title sponsor (think hand-push mowers or off-brand allergy medicine), legal-up a contract with the C-USA, the MAC and/ or Horizon to take their 14th-place teams (unless you land on the Service Academy square and are stuck with that), bring in early-round blowout from "America's Got Talent" for a halftime show, see if Erin Andrews' little sister is finally ready to work the sidelines, and before you can yank the chain to start the water flow, right there off Baltic Avenue, you've created the Patty LaBelle Bed Bath & Beyond Boise II Men Bowlpresented by the new FisherPrice.
16 as the first company to receive FDA approval to make off-brand Ambien.
Japanese officials in Beijing for an intellectual property conference on Tuesday urged their hosts to crack down harder on obscure but costly product piracy, such as Chinese off-brand motorcycles shaped like Japanese name-brand bikes and non-cosmetic products marked ''Shiseido.
But the tobacco settlements do require off-brand manufacturers to pay into escrow accounts in each state where their products are sold.
These people are not shopping for the forces-of-resistance off-brand bargains at the moment.
Off-brand batteries are a popular mobile accessory because they often claim longer battery life at a lower price.
Although Mecca has positioned itself against Coke, it's actually competing for the anti-American niche market against an established Iranian off-brand, Zam Zam (named for the city of Mecca's sacred spring).
That bodes well for sales of off-brand and generic products offered by large supermarket chains.