- (context, mathematics, logic) Of a formula, having all of its quantifiers at the beginning.
- (cite book , last = Immerman , first = Neil , title = Descriptive Complexity , year = 1999 , publisher = Springer-Verlag , location = New York , id = ISBN 0-387-98600-6 , pages = 12) - "We say that <math>\phi</math> is universal iff it can be written in form — i.e. with all quantifiers at the beginning — using only universal quantifiers."
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