'Dual Core' is a generic term for processors with two cores. Core 2 Duo is a dual core processor brand designed by Intel.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux uses a generic kernel that will run on any relatively modern x86 processor, including those from Intel, AMD, VIA, and Transmeta.
A generic "dual core" processor is any processor which has two separate processors on a single chip. This should not be confused with the Pentium Dual-Core, which was a brand of dual core processors which used the Pentium architecture on each core. The Core 2 Duo is also a specific processor from Intel. The Core 2 is a brand of microprocessors based on the Core architecture. The Core 2 Duo specifically refers to a dual core version of the Core 2 brand.
Each processor type has its own assembly language. Are you looking for something generic, or for a particular processor?
Mycophenolate is already a generic name of the original drug Cellcept. The active ingredient is mycophenolate mofetil.
Generic - 2013 was released on: USA: 14 February 2013
Different companies competed in the word processor market, each trying to get a share of the market. They didn't agree on a specific format, so basically, every one came up with their won formats. Generic formats - such as RTF were introduced eventually, but nary a word processor uses that as its native format. Instead, they find it more convenient to use their own respective formats.
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I don't know what you mean by generic Monopoly but you can get some Monopoly varieties for under $10. The original doesn't cost much more.
Yes, just newly released.