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- adv. In a universal manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a universal manner; without exception.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a universal manner; as a universal; with extension to the whole; in a manner to comprehend all; without exception.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. everywhere
There needs to be an alternative term for "superconference," the word universally used for the 16-team conferences that could soon reshape college football.
A phrase universally known was “gandy dancer,” for a track laborer.
I am seventy-six years old, and I can bear testimony, that from my infancy it was the term universally employed in Yorkshire, Derbyshire, Cheshire, Lancashire, and, I think probable, in the more northern counties.
_Taste_ is a term universally applied in criticism of the fine-arts, such as painting, sculpture, architecture, &c., &c., of which there are many schools -- of
I have mentioned, that in early times Cahen was a title universally conferred upon priests and prophets: hence Lycophron, who has continually allusions to obsolete terms, calls the two diviners, Mopsus and Amphilochus, Κυνας.
a circular gale, a cyclone the term universally applied in Al-lslam to the "Deluge," the "Flood" of Noah.
And since I left him, universally is he praised by those who know him best, for the best of Husbands, an indulgent Father, and quiet Neighbour.
Attempting to fortify and extend the concept of g, then, or some attempt to develop some other notion of general intelligence that can be applied universally, is the only thing that could possibly give meaning to the term "intelligence" in the context of ID.
What does work and work universally is "openings".
That, or I have it wrong, wrong, wrong ... but when I look at the world, the only RATIONAL conclusion I can come to for the problems that exist universally is that we all need to learn to live and work together.