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typical

(tĭp′ĭ-kəl)
adj.
Of or relating to a representative specimen; characteristic or distinctive.

typ′i·cal·ly adv.
typ′i·cal·ness, typ′i·cal′i·ty (-kăl′ĭ-tē) n.

typical

(tĭp′ĭ-kăl) [Gr. typikos, pert. to type]
Having the characteristics of, pert. to, or conforming to a type, condition, or group.

typical

having most of the characteristics of a particular taxonomic group.
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Typical diet: Rice, stir-fried vegetables, stewed lamb, naan bread, lentils.
But after controlling for ADHD, they found that poor readers were still more than three times as likely as were typical readers to have anxiety disorders.
In particular, poor readers were more than five times as likely to have generalized anxiety disorder and social phobia, compared with typical readers, they said.
Whatever the outcome of that debate, CPAs believe the pace of technological and regulatory change will alter the nature of the typical CPA firm over the next 10 or 20 years.
Typical supplements: Cobra, Libido-Max, Pleasure Pill.
The model was presented to a focus group (n = 9) consisting of students who represented both the typical (n = 4, 3m, 1f) and honors (n = 5, 2m, 3f) classes.
EPA maximum for reference streams (2.57 mg [L.sup.-1]), but typical residential mix treatment was similar to that maximum.
One difficulty would be overcoming the high inertia of a typical knife drum.
Power consumption in the Active operating mode is as low as 900 microamperes (typical, at 1.8V/1MHz operation).
The typical arbitration provision in a reinsurance treaty provides little in terms of how the arbitration itself should proceed, beyond a method for selection of the arbitrators.
The sparks will give way to sound waves that are well above what people can ordinarily heat (~18,000 Hz is the top end of typical human hearing); ultrasonic welding is performed at frequencies on the order of 20,000 Hz.