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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 mathematical jargon, the term 6 sigma indicates that a statistical sampling in an enhanced standard deviation is at its best.
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