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universal

(ū″nĭ-vĕr′săl) [L. universalis, combined into one]
Applicable to or commonly found in every condition, situation, or member of a population.
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Universally Speaking's director Hastan Brooks said, “Since its inception, Universally Speaking has always been committed to the highest standards of quality.
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Moscow underscores that breaking the current deadlock in the Palestinian-Israeli peace process is possible only through negotiation on the universally accepted international law basis.
"It is clear that for standards to be universally acceptable they also need to be universally accepted," the Commission said.
Thankfully, the school responded with the offer to pro vide a site on campus for building the prototype of what would become the worlds first universally accessible treehouse (yestermorrow.org).
After releasing a universally adored debut album, their stark tales of the grittier side of life struck a chord with fans and critics alike.
Summary: DUBAI - In a move that demonstrates the company's position as a leading provider on the global stage, du became the first in the UAE to launch the 42 Mbps internet key (also known as dongle or USB modem universally),which enables customers to take advantage of the company's super high-speed Real Mobile Broadband service.
Forecasters predict daytime temperatures will "universally" be above freezing into the new year.
Summary: Actor Sam Worthington has hit back at the critics after his new film, Clash of the Titans was universally panned.
"Whether it is appraising a palace in Rome, a home in Tokyo or a log cabin in Illinois, the fundamental principles of valuation should be recognized and universally applied."
Washington, Jan 23 (ANI): Caloric restriction may not be a universally beneficial anti-aging strategy, as commonly believed, according to a new study in mice.
Based on TV quiz show University Challenge, Universally Challenged tests pupils knowledge on all things green.