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

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DO any of you older readers remember the film Gypsy where Baby Louise is auditioning for a kiddies' show and her mother Rose shouts out "Sing out Louise" making her the archetypical pushy stage mum?
DO any of you older readers remember the film Gypsy where Baby Louise is auditioning for a Kiddies show and her mother Rose shouts out "Sing out Louise" maKing her the archetypical pushy stage mum?
I've always drawn animal/human hybrids because I feel that animals are so symbolic and can represent our true nature in archetypical ways.
The open, slowly changing harmonies of many of his works are archetypical of what many people consider to be the sound of American music, evoking the vast American landscape and pioneer spirit.
Much like Germany, which divided into East and West, this country split apart, and each side grew into the archetypical example of their belief system.
As for zero discards, this is archetypical of a bogus good idea.
It seems fitting somehow that what we now call shopping carts were the invention of Sylvan Goldman, owner of the archetypical Piggly Wiggly supermarket chain.
David Bakan (1921-2004) interpreted the activity of the biblical Jesus Christ to represent the archetypical balance of agency and communion in order to recover effective balance and integration in the personality (Bakan, 1975, 1979).
The book seeks to reclaim feminism in the face of modern-day demonization and is divided into sections delineating archetypical aspects of Hermione's character: woman, scholar, warrior, and activist.
Partly because of her wry parenthetical asides, usually in the form of archetypical 1960s refrains uttered by resigned women or unevolved men, and partly because she predicted everything from in-vitro fertilization to the super-fashionable notion of a genderless society to the mommy wars, because she pre-empted Laura Kipnis' polemic against romantic love by 35 years, because she summed up the entirety of Naomi Wolf's The Beauty Myth with one offhanded comment about how Cosmo and Vogue were fanning the "cultural disease" of the "search for glamour.
Lim's ambition to relate "grand narratives"--to tessellate them within a mysterious, comprehensive verbal construction and, in so doing, to recreate in his fictional universe the entire world and its archetypical figures--makes his novel an uncommon artifact.
29), a city without an archetypical city center, and a city that exemplifies "first world glamour and excess and third world impoverishment and degradation" (p.
Using the same data set, the authors have previously shown that about 55% of hip fractures (the archetypical fracture for osteoporosis) occur in women whose HMD is in the low-normal range (T score, -1.
The analysis revealed six central narratives of parental incapability in court decisions: a child whose needs are not being provided for; biological parents who fail to meet the child's minimal needs; lack of objective parental capacity; the biological parent's opposition to the compulsory adoption is based on egocentric motivations; the biological parent's incapacity, described as contradicting the archetypical family, is contrasted with the capacities of the adoptive parents who can offer the child a more appropriate family environment.
Ever since Dennis Hopper started doing ads for investment products (my family told me they saw archetypical '70s punk figure Iggy Pop, himself now 64 years old, if you can believe it, as a retirement spokesmodel in ads on British television), it became obvious that the standard definition of senior was up for a major rethink.