• (adv): Everywhere.
    Example: "People universally agree on this"

Some articles on universally:

Catenary Ring - Examples
... Almost all Noetherian rings that appear in algebraic geometry are universally catenary ... In particular the following rings are universally catenary Complete Noetherian local rings Dedekind domains (and fields) Cohen-Macaulay rings Any localization of a ... hard to construct examples of rings that are not universally catenary ...
Prosleptic Syllogism - Figures
... First figure “A is universally predicated of everything that is universally predicated of G” Second figure “Everything predicated universally of A is predicated universally of G” Third figure “A is ...
Christian Denominational Families - Eastern Orthodox - Eastern Orthodox Church
... Orthodox Church Estonian Apostolic Orthodox Church (autonomy not universally recognized) Patriarchal Exarchate for Orthodox Parishes of Russian Tradition in Western Europe (autonomy not universally recognized ...
Problems In Loop Theory And Quasigroup Theory - Open Problems (Bol Loops) - Universally Flexible Loop That Is Not Middle Bol
... A loop is universally flexible if every one of its loop isotopes is flexible, that is, satisfies (xy)x=x(yx) ... Is there a finite, universally flexible loop that is not middle Bol? Proposed by Michael Kinyon at Loops '03, Prague 2003 ...
Universally Baire Set
... Baire space or Cantor space) is called universally Baire if it has a certain strong regularity property ... Universally Baire sets play an important role in Ω-logic, a very strong logical system invented by W ...

Famous quotes containing the word universally:

    Consider the deference which is everywhere paid to a doctor’s opinion. Nothing more strikingly betrays the credulity of mankind than medicine. Quackery is a thing universal, and universally successful. In this case it becomes literally true that no imposition is too great for the credulity of men.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    Only that which points the human spirit beyond its own limitations into what is universally human gives the individual strength superior to his own. Only in suprahuman demands which can hardly be fulfilled do human beings and peoples feel their true and sacred measure.
    Stefan Zweig (18811942)

    It is not alone the fact that women have generally had to spend most of their strength in doing for others that has handicapped them in individual effort; but also that they have almost universally had to care wholly for themselves.
    Anna Garlin Spencer (1851–1931)