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

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Designed for receptive, adventurous clients (not necessarily with large budgets), each advances a prototypical solution to the challenge of accommodating domestic life.
Believing that they might have identified a prototypical Y cohanim chromosome, as defined by the six markers, the researchers next asked when this chromosome established itself.
PSI-TEC scientists consider Perkinamine-NR to be the first prototypical molecular system of at least two entirely new generations of highly active electro-optic plastics.
Brown is Campbell Hall's second-leading tackler, with 79, and although - at 5-foot-8, 180 pounds - he is not a prototypical bruising fullback, he's been remarkably effective in that role.
The client, who currently owns four 40 acre lots between Las Vegas, Nevada and Flagstaff, Arizona, approached HDG to create a prototypical 1000 SF vacation cabin for a typical lot which fully integrates sustainable design solutions.
identification in the title reflects the narrator's suspicion that she has been her parents' lab rat for the conditioning program, the prototypical utopian operant.
One real surprise at MOCA is the reconstruction of a prototypical hut for the A.
We now have a very prototypical office for the future of the National Weather Service.
Nick -N-Willy's is a prototypical target for our sales effort," said Racine.
One that is featured is the cattleya, the orchid that most people would identify as the prototypical Mother's Day corsage.
There's no such thing as the prototypical advisor because what works in one market may not work in another environment," Friedman said.
This prototypical scheme in south London combines high density with ecological awareness in an attempt to suggest new models for suburban development.
You might almost take them for a bizarre flea market find: a set of five glazed ceramic flowerpots, identical in form but differently colored, all in the shape of the same cartoonlike female head (said to resemble the artist's mother, who must in that case be the prototypical '50s housewife).
Either this molecule will be merely a unique molecule or it will be like the benzene of organic chemistry -- the prototypical molecule of fullerene chemistry.
Marini, University of California Berkeley, will report on a resequencing study on prototypical vitamin-dependent enzyme genes, Ornithine Aminotransferase (OAT), Thymidylate Synthase (TYMS), Methylenetetrahydrofolate Reductase (MTHFR), and Glycinamide Ribonucleotide Transformylase (GART), in a 564 individual, ethnically diverse population.