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representing or constituting an original type after which other similar things are patterned

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at 827 ("Underlying the language and rationale of Lawrence is the notion that without sex a relationship between adults cannot reach the pinnacle of intimacy represented archetypically in the marital bond.
The result is a psychoanalysis that is recognizably Romantic rather than archetypically modernist: ffytche makes a powerful case for a Freud rooted in the Naturphilosophie of Schelling and the poets and anthropologists who constituted his context.
In the concepts of a new moral order, vegetarianism is analyzed as a challenge to male power, archetypically symbolized by physical strength, hunting, warmongering and consumption of foods that stimulate virility, such as meat.
Metaphorically, it seems, Hardy conceives of writing as an archetypically feminine activity, i.
Together with my fellow Hotelier columnist, Martin Kubler, I was a judge on the Saudi Commission for Tourism & Antiquities' third annual Saudi Excellence in Tourism Awards, which gave us a unique perspective on this archetypically introverted country.
The fisherfolk, then, do not only occupy the archetypically liminal space of the beach, but also regularly embody the meeting of the practices of the land and sea (Lambert et al, 2006; Westerdahl 2005).
When a young female runaway slave, archetypically named 'the Girl', appears, Gilda shelters and educates her.
That should be plenty of time for the Alaska Legislature to archetypically transform into Super Legislators and actually get something done on this front and invest in infrastructure.
45 as qualitative anchors because they are the Gini scores for what I consider to be archetypically equal (Sweden and Denmark) and unequal countries (U.
There were real dangers--including the perils of country lanes, archetypically in the form of young rednecks in a pick-up.
Sf accomplishes this task through the lyrical, which, as Chu explains in her lengthy introduction, "Often accompanies archetypically science-fiction moments such as narrations of virtual reality, apocalypse, abrupt disembodiment, and prophecy" (23).
And it's that indifference that contains the difference between these two obviously similar, archetypically familiar falls.
Johnson, Mailer tells us, is the archetypically alienated figure--a fact which can be observed in his prose (perhaps "the worst ever written by any political leader anywhere"), in his boorish manners, in his deceitfulness, in his voracious ego, and in his almost arrogant lack of style.
Archetypically, while in 1995, Beijing's bullying of the Philippines in the Spratlys invited a surprisingly resolute ASEAN response, (52) China and ASEAN members signed, in November 2002, a Declaration on the Conduct of the Parties.