“However, the government is still considering a discretionary compensation scheme to make up for loss of value through what it terms "generalised blight", caused by fear of HS2's impact.”
“So the extent to which the lessons drawn can be generalised is probably more limited than we sometimes argue.”
“In such a work the library shewn requires what I may term generalised fittings.”
“According to background information in the report, an HIV / Aids epidemic is classified as generalised and severe when the overall percentage of the disease affects more than one per cent of a given population.”
“In these passages, films and contemporary art-works become privileged referents for honing in on the qualities of contemporary affective pathologies and especially on what might be called a generalised culture of suicidal violence.”
“Sri Lanka, which ended a 25-year internal conflict with Tamil Tiger rebels in May, is one of 16 countries benefiting from an EU deal to enhance so-called generalised system of preferences terms offered to developing countries -- provided sustainable development and good governance conditions are met.”
“To be fair that kind of generalised warning is not as helpful as if he had sent a text message warning people to vacate the WTC on 9/10 but I have a feeling he would not have been lauded for his humanity all the same … wow gold Says:”
“You mistake correcting your original assertions with some kind of generalised defence of everything Fisk ever wrote.”
“One perhaps was ursine chiefly, another feline chiefly, another bovine chiefly; but each was tainted with other creatures, — a kind of generalised animalism appearing through the specific dispositions.”
“The South African government criticised Australia on Friday for issuing a "generalised" public warning about possible terror attacks in SA, without using normal diplomatic channels,”
‘generalised’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for generalised.