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Word: universal

Definition: characterizing or affecting all; general; present everywhere; of the universe; cosmic; Ex. universal agreement; Ex. a subject of universal interest


Sentences Containing 'universal'

"That boy came back from Universal so changed I hardly recognized him".
"The Universal Cure" was released in the US on 14 April 2009.
A family of functions formula_10 is called a universal family if, formula_11.
A soundtrack was released by Universal Music Group.
And I remember the people at Universal going, "Why don't you do it without the TV?
But I could show that none of these characters are universal.
Edited by Universal Music Argentina in 2004.
Fessenden was influenced by the old Universal Monsters.
He was an universal favourite, and his ingenuity in little things was transcendent.
He was the editor-in-chief of Johnson's Universal Cyclopaedia (1892-1895), and of the successor Universal Cyclopaedia (1900), sometimes referred to as Appleton's Universal Cyclopaedia.
His was not simply a pilot's memory; its grasp was universal.
It is something at once more intimate with us and more universal than any other work of art.
It is the only such playground at any of NBC Universal's theme parks.
It offers universal access and non-restrictive copying.
It received universal acclaim all around the world.
It was released by Universal Music Taiwan on 14 January 2011.
It was released on 13 September 1999 by Universal Music Taiwan.
It’s something we can relate to...a universal longing."
One of his later inventions was a Universal Speed indicator.
One such time scale is UT1, a form of universal time.
Perhaps the most universal form of a wedge is our common pin.
She had often referred to MGM and Universal as "jails".
The escort and the universal watchfulness had completely isolated him.
The family has a universal and basic role in all societies.
The film received universal acclaim from critics.
The film was produced and distributed by Universal Pictures.
The games were aired on Universal Sports in the United States.
The humour is universal and this piece has been seen in nearly seventy countries.
The impression made on a wise man is that of universal innocence.
The influence, besides, of the ancient institutions, was much more universal.
The painting was acclaimed, and exhibited in the universal exposition in 1855.
The poem is patriotic, and universal at the same time.
The Universal casting-people had never heard of him.
The universal response was, that the fare was detestable, and that they wanted to be set free.
These universal competencies are applicable to all organizations across functions.
They also want real universal suffrage by 2012.
They it was who by universal prescription commanded three of the Pequod's boats as headsmen.
This has a universal property for morphisms from "S" to a group.
This was the first papally imposed universal feast for the Latin Rite.
Thus diffused, this terrifying other is restored as a universal."
To construct the strongly universal function family "F", the ∆-universal hash family MMH* is transformed into a strongly universal hash family by adding an additional key.
Two editions were released by Universal Music Taiwan:
Unfortunately, the same is not true of (merely) universal families.
Universal Ballet of Seoul, Korea was founded in 1984, and the Universal Ballet Foundation, Inc.
Universal Pictures then picked up the film and made it a success.
Universal salvation, if it happens, would be the result of Christ's "utter abandonment".
Universal Tube has since changed the name of its website to codice_4.
Voting was on the basis of universal suffrage in a secret ballot.
ϵ-almost strongly-universal family or (ϵ-ASU)family.
ϵ-almost universal family or (ϵ-AU) family.

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