But the PAIA said that Tan's argument is "overreading the law, in fact, overgeneralizing
parliamentarism." "A mechanism of check and balance between these two officesExecutive and Legislatureconsists of the power of the Parliament to withdraw the confidence in the Chief Minister and his/her Cabinet effecting thereby the dissolution of the Parliament and in instituting the punishment for its members, including the Chief Minister and members of the Cabinet, who are also members of the Parliament for disorderly behavior, and with the concurrence of two-thirds of all its members suspend or expel a member," they said.
At the risk of overgeneralizing
the desires of a large and diverse generation, millennials want to make a difference.
Umali later said the lawmakers are 'overgeneralizing
' the complaint when there are authentic documents released by the Supreme Court attached to the complaint to back up the allegations.
While focusing predominantly on the Indo-Trinidadian context, Manuel cautiously ventures to provide a more encompassing, though not overgeneralizing
, assessment of musical retentions, continuities, and innovations among ethnic Indian communities in the Caribbean, Fiji, and elsewhere.
Avoid stereotyping, essentializing, and overgeneralizing
Some comments seem dismissive of the experience itself, invalidating the experiencer, overgeneralizing
, and based on opinion rather than objective data.
from limited evidence, even when based on a historical or cultural population study, shows a lack of currency with the equivocal findings in our field, which refute orthodox beliefs promulgated by old and new food fundamentalists.
I am in this instance as guilty of overgeneralizing
as the worst of
"Otherness postmodernism" is often contrived, dismissive of that which might be modern or realist, and over-reliant on structuralist notions that a form experimenting with narrative necessarily challenges oppressive regimes; in short, it is largely a problem of overgeneralizing
. But why should it overgeneralize?
: drawing conclusions on the basis of a single incident, or without sufficient evidence, instead of seeing the big picture.