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

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Like his archetypically American protagonist Huck Finn, Twain traveled far and often, accompanied only by ink, paper, and an 1835 Martin guitar.
42) Despite frequent references to how the female is archetypically related to the Spirit, there are no explicit references as to why the Logos is the archetype of the male beyond the existence of the Logos as Son.
It animated in Towns the abstract qualities that were considered archetypically Australian and defined what it meant to be Australian.
Produced by the French wine giant, Val d'Orbieu, Cuvee Mythique is an archetypically Southern French red, from a blend of 'mysterious' grape varieties.
And it is a social history of the modern city--illustrated archetypically by Manchester and London--that applies the results of these philosophical and methodological investigations to arrive at an innovative reading of the relationship between liberalism and the city.
Indeed, because the analysis here is not only directed at the inaugurals but at the annual messages--which belong to an archetypically deliberative genre where substantive argumentation is expected--it is likely that the degree of change in presidential rhetoric writ large has been even greater than the data here suggest.
demanding with threats that other countries change their actual or alleged trade barriers, as archetypically the United States has often done with its notorious Section 301 clause.
This view of jurisdiction builds on the basic intuition that crimes are archetypically committed within the state itself.
In addition, archetypically American targets, such as McDonald's and Coca Cola, are fairly easy to hit, and weaknesses abound all along the supply chain, Horn told attendees.
In 'Blind Girls' Jesse similarly offers a creative reworking of horror B-movie scenarios and in 'Bluegill', even that most archetypically banal emblem of commodity culture, supermarket muzak, is shown to possess a potential, a continuity with myth and legend, inconsistent with the notion of 'ironic reflexivity': 'Each music lasts, forgetful, surfacing in the aisles of anonymous shops' (Fast Lanes, p.
Large databases may be archetypically postmodern in their absolute resistance to containment or control.
Indeed, there is something very peculiar about the way he and his former Queensland colleagues tend to misrepresent Foucault -- an archetypically anarchist theorist whose sustained polemic against the Enlightenment remains deeply reminiscent of Adorno and Horkheimer -- as if he were some kind of latter day utilitarian.
I have had pagans and yoginis alike tell me that motherhood archetypically contains both the loving as well as the rejecting mother and to be "whole" we need to express both.