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  • v. Present participle of genericize.


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  • "genericizing," as Racer calls it, of all dangerous dogs into one catchall term - "pit bull" - is troubling to many enthusiasts.

    The Seattle Times

  • "genericizing," as Racer calls it, of all dangerous dogs into one catchall term -- "pit bull"


  • By genericizing the stories told at the wake, Gaiman makes his story universally approachable.

    Whatever Happened to the Caped Crusader?

  • They had dramatically lower costs and promoted the use of development standards such as the Capability Maturity Model, genericizing service sales, further transforming the competitive landscape. News

  • If there is enough interest and I don't get dragged into other things, I might see about packaging up and genericizing some code that I had lying around intended for production use into a more general purpose library for Linear Bloom Filters.

    Jeremy Zawodny's linkblog

  • I hope this little rant post will increase awareness of the importance of trademark not only that particular organization, but also to the general Malaysia where it is common to see people genericizing trademarks.

    Planet MYOSS

  • “If I Had You”: Okay, now here’s where I’m starting to get excited, as Adam mixes a little dash of Euro-disco into the glam-rock stew without genericizing (not a word? should be!) his ridiculous instrument in the highly produced mix.

    Adam Lambert song snippets: Let's rank a dozen of 'em from most awesome to not-quite-as-aweome! |

  • We find it hard to see how Crestor will grow significantly in a dramatically genericizing therapeutic class, "he added. - News


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  • The process by which you make something generic.

    October 3, 2007