nonuniversal

nonuniversal

(ˌnɒnˌjuːnɪˈvɜːsəl)
adj
formal not universal
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Ulcerative appendicitis in universal and nonuniversal ulcerative colitis.
Therefore, the counselor must understand the myriad ways in which gifted people experience life differently from the general population and, as Feldman (1986/1991) pointed out from his research, the ways that nonuniversal developmental patterns emerge as gifted individuals develop within differing talent domains.
If we compare the MCC USB-2404-UI with the MCC USB-2408, we see that the cost per channel and the channel sampling rate are both much better on the nonuniversal USB-2408.
Physical percolation is classically approached using the Excluded Volume Approach [19], which is further developed into the Random Void and Inverse Random Void models [20] to explain nonuniversal behaviors.
Rusthoven argues that there is a universality in appealing to the transcendent God in one's ethics, but recognizes that it requires a nonuniversal belief.
In search of project classification: a nonuniversal approach to project success factors.
It was this policy legacy that helped pave the way for the national government's creation of the highly categorical, nonuniversal, "programmatic rights" of the post-New Deal era and the concomitant rise of an expanded, national policy-driven, administrative state.
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1998) In search of project classification: a nonuniversal approach to project success factors, Research Policy, 27, pp.
22) Those members of the Senate who opposed a universal healthcare system and similarly objected to piecemeal, nonuniversal, domestic welfare initiatives, would certainly oppose the stronger, universal socioeconomic rights that would be included in a binding covenant.
has necessarily dominated the history of the world during an entire epoch, and has even produced the very idea of the world, the idea of the world-origin, that arises from the difference between the worldly and the non-worldly, the outside and the inside, ideality and nonideality, universal and nonuniversal, transcendental and empirical, etc.
South, white and especially black laborers); from these social positions, other disenfranchised groups could be seen as undercutting the few rights certain workers have attained, but many members of such groups nonetheless learn to interact for the purpose of "survival" Of course, the very notion of combining the vernacular and cosmopolitan suggests the necessity of translation, a form of mediation in which many concepts emerge somewhat changed--having been shown, in particular, to be nonuniversal, unencompassing, and contingent.