Catholic vs Generic: What's the difference?

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Which is correct: Catholic or Generic

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Catholicnoun

a member of a Catholic church

Catholicadjective

free from provincial prejudices or attachments

Catholicverb

of or relating to or supporting Catholicism

Genericnoun

wine that does not meet the minimum qualifications and standards for use of a designation by appellation of origin (where the grapes are grown) or by varietal content; may only be labeled by proprietary (made-up) name, by general color (such as `vin rouge', `vino rosso', `rotwein', `red wine', etc.), or by general class (as `vin ordinaire', `vin de table', `vino da tavola', `tafelwein', `table wine', etc.)

Genericnoun

any product that can be sold without a brand name

Genericadjective

applicable to an entire class or group

Genericadjective

(of drugs) not protected by trademark

Genericadjective

relating to or common to or descriptive of all members of a genus

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