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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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In eleven of the jurisdictions that have a civil RICO, but which lack an express statute of limitations for P-RICO, the legislature provides a general catchall limitations period.
I'm being purposely provocative for using the phrase "cosmetic surgery" as a catchall phrase for the topics discussed in the article: tail docking, ear cropping, and dewclaw removal.
Other use it as a catchall for anything CAD, CAM, CAE, PDM, digital manufacturing process management, or digital mockup.
However, the tub-thumpers are equally misguided in that they consistently cite "underfunding" as the catchall explanation for our military's singular lack of capability.
Michael Mullen, is expected to substantially rewrite the service's catchall "Sea Power 21" concept for conducting warfare and setting budget priorities.
Ablewhite, having served a sentence, faces calls from Tory Michael Fabricant MP, who condemns Mr Ablewhite under a catchall demand that LEAs "refuse to employ individualswho hold extreme views".
Malware, the catchall description for spyware, viruses, worms, and other IT nemeses, can do expensive and time-consuming damage to a campus system.
NBC Universal created a catchall network, Universal HD, as a mix of entertainment and sports programs from networks owned by NBC U such as USA, Sci Fi Channel and Bravo.
She derides "the self-flagellation, the guilt, and the titter idiocy of so much of The Mess" (her catchall phrase for the whole state of motherhood in America today).
They tried to get me on one charge and are now using a catchall to get me on another.
Today, there is not a catchall application that can satisfy all the compliance questions and requirements; however, fixed-disk compliance solutions can go a long way in meeting the initial requirements to the compliance problem.