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universal set

[¦yü·nə¦vər·səl ′set]
(mathematics)
A set that contains all the elements of concern in the study of a particular problem.
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Officers receive guidance from their individual agencies, but no universal set of rules governs when officers should use force and how much.
In September 2015 all 193 United Nations member states agreed to advance this universal set of 17 goals.
The European dream - the idea that people of different creeds can live together in peace in accord with a universal set of values - is on trial.
Let W be the universal set which contains four provinces of Pakistan such that W = {Q, P, K, S} where Q, P, K and S represent Baluchistan, Punjab, Khyber Pakhtonkhaw and Sindh respectively.
Summary: FIA-backed race series is governed by universal set of rules and specifications
Despite a "strong pushback" against expanding the Millennium Development Goals to include sustainable development, innovative working groups and the inclusion of global stakeholders led to a much broader and more universal set of development goals for the next 15 years, they say.
Beyond the simplistic allure of a universal set of comprehensive standards lies a myriad of shortcomings," Stein said at an event sponsored by Brooklyn Law School.
He believed that the principles of the Declaration of Independence stood for a universal set of rights but also that in America the devotion to those principles is united with a love of country.
There's no set spiritual approach on Gangai's path; no universal set of tools and techniques for arriving at one's individual and unique destination.
Andreas Wohler's charge, sent off at odds of 13-2, was held up early on by Johnny Murtagh as Ektihaam and Universal set a strong early pace.
Furthermore, denying Tamils the right to freely practice their culture and religion hampers the intangible elements, which are the fundamentals that breathe life into the universal set of all the cultures that are a part of the country.
In classical theory of membership sets, if X is a universal set and A is an arbitrary set, and if an arbitrary element x, from the universal set X, does not belong to set A, it is defined by characteristic function [chi] x X [right arrow] {0,1}

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