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generic

Unappealing due to being plain or basic. But Mom, I want my dream prom gown, not just some generic dress right off the rack!

generic

(dʒəˈnɛrɪk)
mod. cheap; plain; undesirable. I don’t want any old generic car, I want something with power and good looks.
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Federal law and regulations grant a 180-day period of exclusive marketing to the first generic manufacturer to submit an application for a new generic drug approval.
Australasia is one of the world's fastest growing generic pharmaceutical markets with 40 percent annual growth expected over the next five years.
circulated a proposal ("Scientific and Technical Principles for Fixed-Dose Combination Products") that appears to require major clinical trials for approving generic fixed-dose combinations for HIV, trials not required for similar approvals in the U.
Registration issues are usually well defined, and although the generic registrant pays its fair share of the cost to defend the registration, the pathway to the defense of molecules is often clear.
And if we are not more efficient in the utilization of more generic drugs, we won't be able to provide affordable pharmacy benefits.
In addition, the government study also discovered that Canada's generic drags are 69 per cent more costly than prices charged by major u.
com) that includes names, addresses, and contact data for generic companies.
Generic producers can't compete against these renegades.
There isn't a strong voice out there for generic drugs,'' said Robert Seidman, chief pharmacy officer for WellPoint.
Brand-name drugs that have a patent don't have an equivalent generic drug to compete with, so they're usually quite expensive.
Activists from Paris and from Burkina Faso had organized the generics meeting.
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