Generally

  • (adv): Without distinction of one from others.
    Synonyms: in general, in the main
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Battery (crime) - Generally
... Battery generally requires that an offensive touching or contact is made upon the victim, instigated by the actor and the actor intends or knows that his action will ...
Agamidae - Overview
... Although agamids generally inhabit warm environments, ranging from hot deserts to tropical rainforests, at least one species, the Mountain Dragon, is found in cooler regions ... Agamid lizards are generally diurnal, with good vision, and include a number of arboreal species, in addition to ground and rock-dwellers ... They generally feed on insects and other arthropods (such as spiders), although some larger species may include small reptiles or mammals, nestling birds, flowers or other vegetable ...
Balance Of Payments - History of Balance of Payments Issues - Pre-1820: Mercantilism
... Up until the early 19th century, international trade was generally very small in comparison with national output, and was often heavily regulated ... Measures to promote a trade surplus such as tariffs were generally favoured ... integration between nations and with international trade generally making up a low proportion of individual nations' GDP, BOP crises were very rare ...
Firing Pin Vs. Striker
... Striker mechanisms are generally simpler, since they combine the functions of hammer and firing pin in one ... The firing pin or striker is generally located in the bolt of a repeating firearm ... that do not have bolts, such as revolvers and many types of single-shot actions, generally have a very short firing pin in the frame, or else attached to the ...
Eriskay Pony - Characteristics
... The Eriskay Pony generally stands between 12 and 13.2 hands (48 and 54 inches, 122 and 137 cm) ... Dark coloured animals generally have the pangaré characteristics of a light-coloured muzzle and ring around their eye ... are well muscled, and the chest deep but generally not broad ...

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    ... the first reason for psychology’s failure to understand what people are and how they act, is that clinicians and psychiatrists, who are generally the theoreticians on these matters, have essentially made up myths without any evidence to support them; the second reason for psychology’s failure is that personality theory has looked for inner traits when it should have been looking for social context.
    Naomi Weisstein (b. 1939)

    Hats divide generally into three classes: offensive hats, defensive hats, and shrapnel.
    Katharine Whitehorn (b. 1926)

    What we call little things are merely the causes of great things; they are the beginning, the embryo, and it is the point of departure which, generally speaking, decides the whole future of an existence. One single black speck may be the beginning of a gangrene, of a storm, of a revolution.
    Henri-Frédéric Amiel (1821–1881)