Universal

(Lat. universalia, a universal) That term which can be applied throughout the universe. A possibility of discrete being. According to Plato, an idea (which see). According to Aristotle, that which by its nature is fit to be predicated of many. For medieval realists, an entity whose being is independent of its mental apprehension or actual exemplif....
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Universal

• (a.) Of or pertaining to the universe; extending to, including, or affecting, the whole number, quantity, or space; unlimited; general; all-reaching; all-pervading; as, universal ruin; universal good; universal benevolence or benefice. • (a.) Adapted or adaptable to all or to various uses, shapes, sizes, etc.; as, a universal milling ma...
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universal

noun (linguistics) a grammatical rule (or other linguistic feature) that is found in all languages
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universal

adjective adapted to various purposes, sizes, forms, operations; `universal wrench`, `universal chuck`; `universal screwdriver`
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Universal

[act] Universal (Uniwersał, Універсал) is a historic term that means an official proclamation or legal act. In several historic periods Universals were issued by the Polish and Ukrainian authorities. The name originates from Latin litterae universales, meaning universal publication directed to all. The term was recently revived in...
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Universal

[Esperantido] Universal is an Esperantido, a constructed language based on Esperanto. Grammatically, it is one of the more interesting: It has inclusive and exclusive pronouns, uses partial reduplication for the plural (tablo `table`, tatablo `tables`), and inversion for antonyms (mega `big`, gema `little`; donu `give`, nodu `receive`; tela...
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Universal

[metaphysics] In metaphysics, a universal is what particular things have in common, namely characteristics or qualities. In other words, universals are repeatable or recurrent entities that can be instantiated or exemplified by many particular things. For example, suppose there are two chairs in a room, each of which is green. These two cha...
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universal

1. Of or pertaining to the universe; extending to, including, or affecting, the whole number, quantity, or space; unlimited; general; all-reaching; all-pervading; as, universal ruin; universal good; universal benevolence or benefice. 'Anointed universal King.' 'The universal cause Acts not by partial, but by general laws.' (Pope) 'This universal fr...
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universal

A philosophical term referring to any possible attribute of more than one particular. redness, for example, is the universal common to all red things. The question arises whether the general term naming a universal refers to an entity that exists independently of thought or is merely a principle of ...
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universal

Any feature or property which holds for all languages. These are few and far between though near-universals, i.e. those which are good for the vast majority of languages, are more common and often more interesting in the insights which they lead to concerning the nature of human language in general.
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universal

applicable to or common to all members of a group or set
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universal

applicable to or common to all members of a group or set
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Universal

Carrier [UK;CA;AU], Tank [UK]
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Universal

HMS Universal was a British Ursula Class submarine of 540 tons displacement launched in the early 1940s. She was armed with one small gun and six 21-inch torpedo tubes in the bow. She had a top speed of 11.25 knots surfaced and 10 knots submerged and carried a complement of 27.
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universal

in epistemology and logic, a quality or property which each individual member of a class of things must possess if the same general word is to apply ... [14 related articles]
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universal

In philosophy, a property that is instantiated by all the individual things of a specific class: for example, all red things instantiate `redness`. Many philosophical debates have centred on the...
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universal

In philosophy, a property that is instantiated by all the individual things of a specific class: for example, all red things instantiate `redness`. Many philosophical debates have centred on the status of universals, including the medieval debate between nominalism and realism
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Universal

One in relation to others, etymologically. Unum versus alia. And, because one thing can be related to other things in many ways, so do universals have various modes of existence
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Universal

Something that applies everywhere and in all cases. Human rights are universal; they belong to everyone who is part of the human family.
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Universal

Term often used in psychology to refer to those thoughts, feelings, and behaviours that apply to us all. Universal abilities are innate. This means that they come to us by way of genetic inheritance. If something is innate it usually has a high survival value for us. This is the reason it is innate in the first place! Universal abilities include su...
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Universal

The red variety is an interspecific new breed between America x Profusion, They are genes of Vitis aestivalis. Vitis labrusca and Vitis vinifera contain. The intersection of hybrid was made in 1897 in California by the US botanist Thomas Volney Munson (1843-1913) at the Agricultural Experiment Station of the University of California, In 2010, no st...
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Universal

Universal is a cultivated variety of potato.
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When used in the context of 4mm OO, refers to the wheel profile. Universal wheels are suitable for Peco code 100 rail and SMP track and other proprietary RTR makes.
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