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Synonyms for untypical

not representative of a group, class, or type

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"The first month's PCN figures are untypical, so it would be inappropriate to use those figures as a basepoint to speculate on PCNs that may be issued and revenue generated over the duration of the contact period, up until 2044.
Soda, candy and cigars, a visit to the tailor or a trip to the dentist, all found on one corner in Worcester in this early 1900s photo; not untypical of any busy city corner, but this corner was - and still is - busier than most.
3) Apparently Andre Villas-Boas didn't fancy Gary Cahill, who was bought above his head - and it was certainly untypical of Chelsea to recruit an Englishman from Bolton.
What is most outrageous is that the attack took place on Friday, which is holly for the Muslims, during their Friday prayer...The party's behavior is completely untypical for the Bulgarian nation, for its religious and ethnic tolerance...With its aggressive attempt agains the ethnic peace, jeopardizing Bulgaria's national security, Ataka has become dangerous for the Bulgarian rule," the declaration says.
The catalyst for Friedman's untypical refusal is that a Baltimore beit din, or rabbinic court, was still deliberating when a civil custody ruling granted Friedman visitation with their three-year-old daughter only three times per month, with two of these times being outside Philadelphia (where Epstein now lives) from Friday evening to Sundaywhich, given that Friedman is Orthodox and lives in Washington, D.C., effectively means on Sunday only.
"The shape of this anomaly suggested that an entrance to a chamber was to the east, not untypical of monuments of this type."
Petersburg, July 10, 2010, SPA -- Six cars were damaged by a tornado, a highly untypical natural phenomenon in the northern areas, in a St.
Analysts say Pemex's deepwater success rate is not untypical of results in so-called frontier areas where little exploration has been done.
Many parents have found the answer in the untypical AoWonder FriendAo winter art camp at the innovative ChildrenAAEs Museum Jordan.
Stephen Davenport, of MeteoGroup UK, said: "This is the strongest storm we have had this year, but it is just an autumnal storm, and not untypical for this time of year." The storm developed off the west coast and was fed by the still-warm autumn sea temperatures, he said.
Stephen Davenport, of MeteoGroup UK, said: "This is the strongest storm we've had this year, but it is just an autumnal storm, and not untypical for this time of year."
Stephen Davenport, of Meteogroup UK, said: "This is the strongest storm we have had this year but it is just an autumnal storm, not untypical for this time of year."
The European Security and Defence Policy (ESDP) is an untypical policy which requires security to be reconsidered in a European framework, thus favouring an holistic approach.
In a paper tabled at a recent EU Council of Ministers meeting (April 16) it called for negotiations to "take account of the best interest of consumers" so "information on untypical raw materials" should be included in the product description "or placed directly next to it in the same size [and] font." The Polish government repeated its opposition in principle to "like spirit drinks [using] the sales denomination of 'vodka'" per se.