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- v. draw too general a conclusion
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I'd hate to overgeneralise here, but the "Creative" bit could be read cynically to mean "an autobiography with made-up facts" as in "A Million Little Pieces" and others of that kind...
Section 2.2 that some care has to be taken lest one overgeneralise conclusions based on examining only well-behaved models of decoherence.
They do not overgeneralise (Teachers never understand me), delete (I was told to) or distort (we can play games during wet play) sections of information.
"As long as the harm is real," he said, "it should not be necessary for us to overgeneralise, exaggerate, use incendiary language or misrepresent data in order to attract attention."