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Generic

Describes the characteristics and/or experience of the total universe of a coupon of MBS sector type; that is, in contrast to a specific pool or collateral group, as in a specific CMO issue.

Generic

Describing a product without a famous brand name. Generic products are basically the same as brand products but are generally less expensive.

generic

a term that is used to identify a PRODUCT or product class as a whole (for example, ‘cigarettes’) rather than an individual supplier's BRAND of the product (for example, ‘Marlboro’ cigarettes).
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Above all, Monte is anxious not to bracket out any of the historical variables which diversify generical constraint (it is not advisable to make subversiveness the genre's sacred cow).
Organizing the narrative in both chronological and generical sequence has the unfortunate consequence of partly repeating, partly withholding relevant detail from the reader who needs it all for a complete understanding.
The sonnet's varied rhyme-schemes bear the marks of cultural and generical pressures: Jiri Levy's exploration of the early English sonnet, (15) for instance, reveals that while the rhymes of those sonnets contributed by Wyatt to Tottel's Miscellany (1557) show a drift towards the Shakespearean arrangements in their sestets, the syntactic patterns maintain a continental (Petrarchan) 4 + 4 + 3 + 3 structure; Surrey, on the other hand, more fully integrates syntactic structure with the Shakespearean rhyme-scheme (4 + 4 + 4 + 2); for their part, Donne and Milton gravitate back towards the continental rhyme-scheme without surrendering English syntactic habits.