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generic

, generical
1. Biology of, relating to, or belonging to a genus
2. denoting the nonproprietary name of a drug, food product, etc.
3. a drug, food product, etc. that does not have a trademark

generic

[jə′ner·ik]
(biology)
Pertaining to or having the rank of a biological genus.
(science and technology)
A term applied to or descriptive of an entire group or a class.
In general use, that which is nonproprietary.
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Engineers at Eset very quickly realized the danger that such an exploit poses to their customers, and were able to develop a solution that generically blocks any attempt to use this vulnerability.
Casting emphasizes the generically attractive: Probably the most egregious piece of casting is our gang's boss, O'Donnell, a guy so smug he hires an assistant to deliver insults that slide right off his back.
We intend to grow each subsidiary generically and to expand UPDA by adding more subsidiaries.
DEPMEDS is the term generically applied to any collection of medical and dental equipment and related facilities, materials, and supplies needed to sustain a desired level of medical care in a field environment for military, humanitarian, and disaster relief operations anywhere in the world.
As a result, they're scarcely more mature than their unruly kids, a savvy pubescent daughter (Lynsey Bartilson) and two generically raucous sons (Griffin Frazen and Jake Burbage) who only coincidentally aren't named Malcolm and Dewey.
Whereas some content management players have generically approached GRC requirements, Stellent has built a specific application to meet GRC requirements.
And may we be the first to suggest that the generically dubbed home of the Warriors be renamed Antawn's House.
The coffee fruit is generically termed the "cherry" and, like all fruits, it is laden with plant phenolics that protect and nourish the seed.
Deregulation and the market, generically, are not the boogeyman, although Gov.
The drug, known generically as erythropoietin, has simply passed through all necessary testing stages.
While AMD calls the feature Enhanced Virus Protection (EVP) and Intel calls it eXecute Disable (XD), it is generically known as NX for No eXecute.
People will generically refer to the facility as the Chino Hills Post Office no matter what its official name, he said.