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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.
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Generic

Describing a product without a famous brand name. Generic products are basically the same as brand products but are generally less expensive.
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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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Americans are more likely to offer an opinion on how the party congressional leaders, generically, are doing, which results in higher approval and disapproval ratings than for the leaders identified by name.
Generically, "ecology" is now being applied far beyond a type of biological systemic manifestation for which Ernst Haeckel coined the term in the 19th century.
Therefore, both as a formal matter of acknowledging trademarks, and as a practical matter of correctly describing equipment whose constituents vary by supplier, it is not correct to describe body armor generically as Kevlar.
I traveled with one of the British companies generically referred to as "overlanders" who provided a retrofitted British Army truck and a guide to ferry groups of 15 to 20 tourists between Kathmandu, Nepal, and London.
Bobcat's trademarked name often is used generically to describe all skid-steer loaders.
In between there was a succession of private clubs, generically known as 'hell-fire clubs' in which men sought 'to shock society, cause havoc and, first and foremost, have a good time'.
In the recruitment game, the bedrock of a healthy applicant pool usually involves large-scale marketing outreach, often with the assistance of high-volume name buys--known generically as "search."
At the end of the patenting period the protection lapses and the drug can be produced generically as long as it contains the same active ingredients as the original formulation.
The ethics of practice diversification in the field generically described as performance psychology--including sport psychology, organizational consulting, and performing arts psychology--is examined.
Under some conditions, the aftermath is actually visible, and he draws on the general theory of relativity to explain how these visible ultra-dense regions arise naturally and generically as the outcome of a dynamical gravitational collapse in Einstein gravity.
HOUSEPLANTS Bromeliads, palms, and more--often generically labeled as "foliage plants."
Often the Jubilee brand is used generically to describe a worm drive clip when it is in fact the registered trade mark of L ROBINSON & CO (GILLINGHAM) Limited.