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generalize

verb assume, conclude, deal in generaliiies, discuss in the abstract, draw inferences, generatim, hypothesize, ignore distinctions, loqui, make a generalizaaion, suppose, surmise, theorize, universalize, universe
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The book is an admirable attempt to move beyond the unique and develop a generalizable framework for analysis.
s analysis generalizable to the vast majority of faithful practitioners who are not theologians?
To date, there are no nationally generalizable empirical data on disability-based rehabilitation services.
Peck: So these findings are generalizable to the very elderly nursing home population?
Finding such generalizable lessons amid the analytical details in this book, however, is sometimes difficult.
A methodological explanation is that many professionals do not want to receive an answer that may be generalizable.
Researchers familiar with the system summarize its commonly accepted conventions, definitions, and descriptions to serve as an introduction for the neophyte as well as a reference tool for the experience practitioner and to enable a unified, generalizable application of the system.
Tenders are invited for The goal of this project is to collect uniform, generalizable, comparable prevalence data on the leading causes of morbidity and mortality among texas public and charter high school students.
We believe that [our] findings are likely to be generalizable to all high-dose niacin formulations," and any potential benefits of the therapy must be weighed against those important hazards, reported Martin J.
These findings are neither generalizable to veterans under age 55 with posttraumatic stress disorder nor generalizable to civilians, she said at the meeting.
These findings are neither generalizable to veterans under age 55 with PTSD nor generalizable to civilians, she explained.
In this extension of Waltz's work toward a generalizable model of the socialization process, Thies (political science, U.