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

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Evidence for this hypothesis would be consistent with a large body of existing scientific evidence that indicates women report prototypic depressive symptoms at a higher frequency than men (Kessler et al.
Lupus is the prototypic inflammatory dermatosis associated with a perivascular and periadnexal infiltrate occurring both superficially and deep, increased dermal mucin, follicular plugging (A), and interface changes (B) (hematoxylin-eosin, original magnifications X20 [A] andX600 [B]).
We used prototypic selective receptor antagonists to determine the involvement of the three different types of mERs (ER[alpha], ER [beta], and GPR30) in ERK activation upon exposure to BPS ([10.
This suggests that in this case as well, the children thought of how they themselves could cope with the situation, but they did not generate such coping responses for the prototypic other children in the stories.
While the rehabilitation counselor prototypic work personality is SAI, Zanskas and Strohmer (2010; in press) established the global Holland code prototype for the rehabilitation counseling work environment as Social, Enterprising, and Conventional (SEC).
1) Spondyloarthritis regroups several related but phenotypically distinct disorders such as psoriatic arthritis, arthritis related to inflammatory bowel disease, reactive arthritis, a sub-group of juvenile chronic arthritis, and ankylosing spondylitis with last mentioned being the prototypic and best studied subtype.
35) EAE is the prototypic animal disease model for MS.
This prototypic animal, a kind of roundish flatworm, presumably had all essential developmental mechanisms in place.
The turn-final position is the appropriate places for stance-taking in regard to what was said but definitely not a prototypic position for a pronoun and a transitive verb.
The prototypic implementation of the example "linen" out of finished cotton was realized as a product structure.
The prototypic forms of intersubjective relations include "I and He" and "I versus He.
Though the Alps have been studied by generations of Earth scientists as the prototypic collisional origin, recent findings, technologies, and concepts have radically altered the understanding of their past.
A prototypic example is professional activist Jeremy Rifkin's relentless, decades-old antagonism toward recombinant DNA technology, or gene-splicing, applied to the production of innovative new drugs, gene therapy for life-threatening diseases, agriculture, or anything else.
In vivo studies of a 2001 isolate from Louisiana (LSU-AR 101) revealed increased neuroinvasiveness and neurovirulence in mice compared to the prototypic NY-99 strain, even at low doses.
124) Indeed, such prototypes should be the rule, not the exception: "Generic representations include information regarding typical settings, typical characters, temporal sequence of events, causal relations, and the prototypic person's thoughts and feelings in these situations.