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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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Although these findings are not generalizable to other hospitals, the researchers suggest that review of risk management files may help uncover system problems that are unique to other hospitals.
Although the research is cross-sectional and analyzes only one agency, the results are not generalizable. However, law enforcement agencies around the country undoubtedly can relate to the findings through their own experiences with the complex case law in their own states.
A woman asks a man, "Honey, how do you like my new hairdo?" The man's answer will not shake the foundations of deep philosophical conjecture nor does the moment carry the weight of a moral search for generalizable righteousness.
From an initial group of 15,621 women, only 1021 consenting women met all inclusion criteria, so these results may not be generalizable to all women.
With a particular but generalizable focus on Australia, Worboys (Commonwealth Department of Environment and Heritage) introduces land-use themes helpfully summarized in a table from: conserve and adapt to benefit and share.
Findings of this study are generalizable only to populations with characteristics similar to older men living in the rural community.
(2004) admitted that women who plan their pregnancies may be systematically different from those who do not, that this may adversely affect external validity to a degree which cannot be empirically evaluated, and that the findings may not be generalizable to all women.
Statistically valid, generalizable data are not available and would be difficult to obtain, not only because more inspections would entail costly delays for carriers but also because Constitutional protections limit DOT's and the Postal Service's inspection authority.
Se elabora un modelo generalizable a otras situaciones similares.
In Levine's hands, thumbnail sketches of atypical figures produce generalizable data, the legislation of rulers is equivalent to its acceptance and internalization by the ruled, material conflicting with his claims is ignored (primogeniture did not sweep away other medieval inheritance systems), while things distinct (feudalism and manorialism) are conflated.
Different forms of virulent, pathological homophobia, misogyny, and racism may indeed be yoked to specific religious or political creeds, but this is by no means universal or generalizable.
While the study was conducted in Israel, the family dynamics discussed seem generalizable to other cultures and countries as well.