broadbrush

broadbrush

(ˈbrɔːdˌbrʌʃ)
adj
lacking full detail or information; incomplete or rough: anything other than a broadbrush strategy for the industry will be overloaded with detail.
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Without discarding the Job Performance Focused Alcohol Identification approach, NIAAA advocated for the Broadbrush approach as well.
Second, the RBA's Guidance Note on what were 'reasonable costs' took a broadbrush approach and contained a number of subjective elements.
The broadbrush strokes centre around increasing national productivity as an immediate target and jacking up diversification on a more sustained basis.
It's this broadbrush broadness that sabotages Spin Out, and not just its ability to land jokes.
Infiniti describes this car as a 'crossover', a broadbrush term usually applied to SUVs with almost no mud-plugging ability whatsoever.
When you broadbrush the homeless population and say we're going to deal with it this way, it's very ineffective," he said.
It suggests that the content of these HMS indicators is highly developed when companies use broadbrush budgets, i.
Considering instance features facilitates a much more nuanced approach than a broadbrush general performance model.
The first sub-question is not dissimilar to the research questions framing several previous Australian studies (see Table 1), which will enable some broadbrush comparisons.
The census data--the only information available to Ghaziani for broadbrush arguments--have only limited value.
Freivogel also repeats an initial broadbrush claim to him by St.
The opposition, which notes that the mainstream Free Syrian Army rebels are themselves fighting the jihadists, rejects the broadbrush terror label applied by the regime.