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unspecific

(ˌʌnspɪˈsɪfɪk)
adj
not explicit, particular, or definite
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Adj.1.unspecific - not detailed or specific; "a broad rule"; "the broad outlines of the plan"; "felt an unspecific dread"
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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11) The MIPR may establish an agreement, but the IG believed that "the MIPRs were so unspecific as to be ineffective in establishing an obligation for a bona fide need in the fiscal year in question" and constituted "a mechanism to 'park' funds.
Often, HIV resting is not even performed and people are diagnosed on the basis of unspecific symptoms such as weight loss and diarrhoea.
Three of these (9% of the total) developed Tourette's disorder, and the rest had chronic, transient, or unspecific tics.
Our biggest issue is that the discussion has been so unspecific," Willard said.
Responding to Coral's move, which was revealed yesterday, Ladbrokes issued a short, deliberately unspecific statement which read: "We are currently implementing plans to expand our international betting operation.
Most of what I've said here in previous columns has bordered on "high-level," as in philosophical, strategic, tactical or simply unspecific.
Both time and needs, he writes, compel the unspecific "us" to reexamine our history and "discover, perhaps for the first time, patterns for Christian marriage drawn from our own faith and appropriate to the world in which we live.
More generally, his references are too often inaccurate, inadequate or too unspecific.
Sugar maple and white oak, each the choice of four states, if you assume Iowans meant white oak when they designated the unspecific "oak" as their state tree.
He came to New York at age 21 to pursue an acting career but is unspecific about his theater credits.
While remaining unspecific in her answers, Browner was also questioned by the committee about her and the Clinton administration views on current problems with implementation of the Safe Drinking Water Act, reauthorization of Superfund, the nation's hazardous waste site clean-up law, resolution of the wetlands issues, and funding for Clean Water Act programs.
Than statement of duties is rather unspecific, and the most important language with regard to duties (the bulleted items above) recognizes that other provisions of the medical staff bylaws and provisions in the staff rules and regulations may or will contain specific statements of authority and responsibilities.