stereotypical


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lacking spontaneity or originality or individuality

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Model Cara Delevingne says being a model has ruined her by forcing her to perform a stereotypical version of female beauty.
Jude said: "I wouldn't say I'm glamorous or a stereotypical WAG because I wouldn't know what a stereotypical WAG is.
Bowl advertisement, which depicted Arabs in stereotypical fashion.
Post examples of ads or products that are stereotypical or disrespectful to girls and women at NewMoon.
Now that she is famous, Nicki insists that it's important to embrace your uniqueness as a woman rather than conform to the stereotypical concept of sexiness that pervades throughout the pop world.
Cronshaw and Lord (1987), among others, found that stereotypicality, thus conceived, affected followers' approval of their leaders, and after an extensive review, they noted that the most stereotypical traits of a good leader that appeared in all the contexts and situations they studied were: to delay actions until arriving at a decision, to plan carefully what was to be done, to emphasize group goals, to coordinate group activities, and to let the followers to know what was expected of them.
The visit was spearheaded by Hartlepool MP Iain Wright, who said he wanted to challenge stereotypical views of the town.
VAN drivers across the UK are fighting against the stereotypical term "white van man" as the majority of them think he never existed and was just invented by the media.
And before the reader thinks she is there only to play a stereotypical female role, I would caution you to keep reading.
The characters are fairly conventional and stereotypical, but the Steve Oedekerk film is meant for the young 'uns.
at the chunky bartender with a stereotypical dye job and her crony bouncer after 86-ing us from their shithole establishment.
So, as a young gay filmmaker, I decided to break this trend by creating a teen-horror film that would portray gay characters as strong and who have a purpose within the film beyond the stereotypical "gay best friend.
In fact, we don't want stereotypical stuff like that.
Public School District transformed its stereotypical guy zone' vocational building into a more equitable space by launching programs to recruit girls for nontraditional programs like auto tech, welding and information technology.
Corseted, wigged, and bejeweled, and sporting a parasol, a teacup, and a fawn, respectively, Rhoda, Ruth, and Marie, (all works 2005) are offered as variations on a stereotypical, slightly worn eighteenth-century aristocrat.