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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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It's almost impossible not to display work information on LinkedIn, so instruct employees to steer clear from anything political, religious or generally off-brand or taboo on that platform.
Burlington's stores feature discount and off-brand coats and a variety of apparel items, as well as children's items, furniture, jewelry, linens and shoes.
Jameco's approach is simple: The company will sell you the name brand stuff, but they also sell off-brand, house brand or lesser known brand names and surplus inventory to reduce the customer's cost.
Eighteen states have passed laws designed to increase the cost of the off-brand cigarettes and close loopholes in escrow account requirements.
These people are not shopping for the forces-of-resistance off-brand bargains at the moment.
Off-brand batteries are a popular mobile accessory because they often claim longer battery life at a lower price.
Although Mecca has positioned itself against Coke, it's actually competing for the anti-American niche market against an established Iranian off-brand, Zam Zam (named for the city of Mecca's sacred spring).
That bodes well for sales of off-brand and generic products offered by large supermarket chains.
In addition, it will boost sales of off-brand products and the least expensive local brands.
It matters not what the value of the off-brand commodity, such as Alaska Business Monthly, might be.
In fact, off-brand PC makers, which are most popular with small and medium-sized businesses, have watched their sales skyrocket in recent years.
For example, upgrading an off-brand computer can trigger compatibility problems.