Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of generic.
  • noun computing, programming The use of templates etc. to create generic source code that can be used in many situations.

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Examples

  • The gains would be much more substantial: according to a National Bureau of Economics study by Hughes, Moore and Snyder, the cost of generics is about 20% of the patented drug.

    David K. Levine: Save the Whales! Abolish Patents!

  • As for selling, no order on generics is confirmed unless GOOD FUNDS are in our offices.

    MARCH MADNESS – Legend Market Report : Coin Collecting News

  • If you add in generics and over-the-counter drugs, you probably have thousands of medications that include lactose.

    Lactose and Medications

  • If you add in generics and over-the-counter drugs, you probably have thousands of medications that include lactose.

    Archive 2007-04-01

  • Industry sources said another reason for the ban on private-label generics was that they could create a conflict of interest for pharmacists, who would have to choose between drugs made for their own store versus similar medicines made by other companies.

    Thestar.com - Home Page

  • Industry sources said another reason for the ban on private-label generics was that they could create a conflict of interest for pharmacists, who would have to choose between drugs made for their own store versus similar medicines made by other companies.

    Thestar.com - Home Page

  • Countering Generic and Biosimilar Threats: Near-Term and Long-Term Strategies, the presentation will delve into the study's key findings and case studies of successful near-term generics-defense strategy implementation.

    Marketwire - Breaking News Releases

  • Okay, put your hands down please.) and more medicines than she normally can afford (at best she can maybe afford $10 in generics per month plus another $10 in OTC medicine.

    Archive 2009-11-01

  • Okay, put your hands down please.) and more medicines than she normally can afford (at best she can maybe afford $10 in generics per month plus another $10 in OTC medicine.

    Sunday Morning Maggie Jochild Update

  • This means that they may have as little as 2-3 years on the market before the generics are allowed to be sold.

    Henry Waxman doesn’t *care* what President Obama said. - Moe_Lane’s blog - RedState

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