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

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Although helicopter parent would have fallen under the "endocentric" label in traditional approaches, its meaning is based upon elaborate metaphorical conceptualisations, and, consequently, falls further away from prototypical endocentric cases.
For this activity, 26 shapes (both prototypical and non-prototypical) were selected for inclusion in the set of shapes (see Figures 9 and 10).
However, a more detailed analysis of the hypothetical experience of the prototypical practice reveals that adoption of the Prometheus payment system resulted in a reduction in revenue for three of these six chronic conditions.
To do this he begins with the standard definition (that a narrative is "a sequential representation of a sequence of events" [92]), then argues that--in addition to the double temporality--narratives recognized as prototypical will report a change of state and will follow "paths taken by particularized individuals faced at decision points at one or more temporal junctures in a storyworld" (96).
It's been 20 years since the first poll was conducted in 1984, which, not coincidentally, was the year the festival launched Perspective Canada, its prototypical Canadian programming stream that would have a profound effect on the careers of a huge number of Canadian filmmakers in general and the Toronto new wave in particular.
Hollywood insiders speculate that a longtime-developing Mild Dora film dealing with the legendary prototypical outlaw rider is yet again working.
In the final chapters of the book, the author engages in a prototypical feminist analysis concerning three different types of policies--state funded day care, parental leave, and cash benefits for childcare.
During the Phase II Option period, Avineon transformed the prototypical system into a pre-production system.
He likens the play's protagonist to the Trickster character of African folklore, as well as to the prototypical black New Yorker who had to rely on his wits to survive.
Mary is a prototypical college-bound student: She works reasonably diligently for a mix of A and B grades, has taken some advanced-level courses in the subjects she likes, participates in school activities as an active member rather than a leader, and wants a college environment where she can balance the academic workload with a fun social life.
Wielding some kind of futuristic gadget, this prototypical office worker was ultra-thin and wore several-inch spike heels as she sat in a transparent chair with a subtle yet distinct resemblance to a martini glass.
These vortex systems also provide a prototypical system for the study of fundamental problems in phase transitions and melting phenomena.
Just as colonial policies "marginalized and devalued" women, maize replaced beans as the most favored food staple "in a case of prototypical agricultural imperialism.