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the generality of something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthe generality of somethingthe generality of somethingMOST British English formal most of a group of people or things Temporary workers are considerably younger than the generality of workers. generality
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the generality of somethingBut experiments using the conditioned suppression procedure have generated doubts about the generality of this conclusion.The counsellor is helped in interpreting this complex situation by the generality of family behaviour.However, the generality of this is uncertain.Another problem that remains unresolved is the generality of the connection between psychosis and creativity.Stately homes Much of the generality of what has been said about important religious buildings and castles is true about stately homes.It is important to show the generality of the problem.If treatment was applied to the generality of elderly people with hypertension these conflicting trial results suggest four possible outcomes.
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