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

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Chinese history, Fu points out, was replete with moral-political crises involving foreign conquest and humiliation, which "endowed the culture with certain archetypical responses" (p.
It was a prospect that bred hubris, the archetypical Washington malady that infects so many men drawn to great affairs.
It argued that knowledge derived from education and research is "the archetypical public good -- once produced, it can be distributed widely at no incremental cost.
Maria Luisa Bombal's "The Story of Maria Griselda" has the feel of a renaissance novella by Bandello; its protagonist is an archetypical beauty whose looks are so bewitching and delirious that they are a curse rather than a blessing.
LOS ANGELES -- Precision advertising agency Sensis completed a research project resulting in the development of personas depicting archetypical Hispanic Internet users.
Draxler has impressively stepped up to fill the void left by Lewis Holtby after his move to Tottenham last January, honing his role as an archetypical number 10 with commendable class and maturity.
Channeling Mr Darcy himself - before he's mellowed by contact with Elizabeth Bennet - this July publication takes a satirical journey into the mind of this archetypical alpha male suitor.
In Morbioli's hands, this archetypical American music becomes something transcendent, cutting straight to the indelible humanity that makes it so appealing.
The manageress there was your archetypical frosty French matriarch, the kind their service industry surprisingly still tolerates, who made checking in frustratingly slow.
50 from Waitrose) is another archetypical Chilean Cabernet, full of glorious flavours.
Contributors, researchers in the fields of microbiology, cancer, genetics, and virology from around the world describe specific viruses; vaccines to prevent infections by oncoviruses; the regulation, structure, and function in TonB-dependent transporters; maintaining genome integrity during virus infection; differences in large viruses; viral microRNAS and virally influenced cellular microRNAS and their relationship to viral infection; biological functions and biogenesis of secreted outer membrane vesicles; bacterial shape and microcompartments; the role of network architecture and biochemical/kinetic parameters in the materialization of archetypical robust gene expression circuits in prokaryotes; tuberculosis and dormancy; mycobacteriophages; persister cells; and other topics.
Paul and Minneapolis" in 1966) and an archetypical chapter in the story of the Catholic Church in the Upper Midwest.
The discovery that she has exchanged one set of checkpoints for another doesn't prevent Muna -- an archetypical maternal survivor straight out of Italian neorealism -- from buckling down to the business of survival in a culture whose traditional mistrust of dark-skinned foreigners is exacerbated by 9/11 and the invasion of Iraq.
For a long time, Archaeopteryx was considered the archetypical bird primarily because it had feathers, although it retained typical dinosaur features like a long tail and teeth," said Mark Norell, Chair of the Division of Paleontology at the Museum and a co-author of the research paper.
The group performs in a humorous, idiosyncratic manner informed by archetypical male behaviours, particularly from the Blue Mountains region.