unspecialised


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Adj.1.unspecialised - not specialized or modified for a particular purpose or functionunspecialised - not specialized or modified for a particular purpose or function
general - applying to all or most members of a category or group; "the general public"; "general assistance"; "a general rule"; "in general terms"; "comprehensible to the general reader"
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Stem cells, or unspecialised cells that can produce tissue, are currently used to help patients with damage to their bodies, reports the Dailystar.
Another impediment was the high staff turnover, resulting in poorly trained and unspecialised nurses.
Unspecialised reporters, she added, are no longer required as each branch of science has its tools and methods of reporting.
He noted that lakes in Egypt do not include dry docks or workshops dedicated to that type of inspection, adding that there is no safe means to lift the boat in unspecialised workshops.
In fact, about transmission of the archaeological heritage displayed in private spaces in provincial capitals to the unspecialised general public, we have documented that in 75% of cases they have no type of information accompanying the exhibition and only 25% have informative posters.
Then applicants sometimes get shocked with the fact that their applications are rejected, or find out later that these companies are unspecialised in this business.
The new research shows that unspecialised cells in the heart can be transformed into natural pacemakers with the addition of a gene called TBX18.
Values are here now dominated by those previously unrecognized, stakeholder communities [italics in the original], minority groups, aborigines, unspecialised professionals etc.
This endogenous process is often described in terms of structural differentiation, in other words, a shift from the simple, unspecialised and informal to the complex, specialised and formal (Burke, 1992:131).
Screening for tuberculosis and latent tuberculosis infection among undocumented immigrants at an unspecialised health service unit.
In the 1903 book Human Personality and its Survival of Bodily Death, Myers's most significant work as well as a sort of epitome of the SPR's theories, love and telepathy are clearly compared: 'Love is a kind of exalted, but unspecialised telepathy;--the simplest and most universal expression of that mutual gravitation or kinship of spirits which is the foundation of the telepathic law'.
Such a condition may be either an unspecialised or a specialised one.