Florida health officials denied they covered up anything and said the general public was not at risk.
The 65-year-old general, a former top Gaddafi-era military commander, has pledged to rid Libya of Islamist hard-liners.
In this short-lived microrepublic, all the men were members of the legislative general Assembly and had a vote on what was law.
If Romney wins Arizona, the general election could be exciting.
At bottom, then, the press conference reflected the general drift that Clift described.
These presumably came into general use on January 1st, 1916.
But it all goes in with my general incompetence to grasp opportunity.
He retreated, carrying with him the best arms he could select for the use of his general.
general maxims, unless they be formed upon both, will be but notional, v.10.
The general had written to the boy's mother about him; but he had not been home.
c.1200, "comprehensive, inclusive, full," from Latin generalis "relating to all, of a whole class" (contrasted with specialis), from genus (genitive generis) "stock, kind" (see genus). General store attested by 1810, American English; a general hospital (1737) is one not restricted to one class of persons or type of disease.
late 14c., "whole class of things or persons," from general (adj.). Meaning "commander of an army" is 1570s, shortening of captain general, from Middle French capitaine général. The English adjective was affixed to civic officer designations by late 14c. to indicate superior rank and extended jurisdiction.
A thumb-sized hero of children's stories from the sixteenth century on.