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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

[tip′ikəl]
Etymology: L, typicus, characteristic of a kind
a representative example.

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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Ultimately, for McCarthy, the "pervasive theatricality" that undermines the possibility of escaping typicality also undermines political action.
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The Ninth Circuit has construed Section 1332(d)(1)(B) to mean that a statute or rule is "similar" to Rule 23 only if it provides the same kinds of substantive protections--such as numerosity, commonality, and typicality.
at 502, 519-21 (detailing how P&G argued the class failed to demonstrate commonality, typicality, or predominance).
Before an actual analysis of the veracity of the claim about the typicality of the novel's characters could be undertaken, it is essential to clarify what it could be referring to.
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The typicality model also states that dilution to parent brand equity could occur.
Michel and Rieunier (2012) suggest that, just as brand image influences the intention to give time and money, the organization's typicality also has a significant impact on the intention to donate.
All respondents filled in a questionnaire that included, in the following order, a list of 6 scenarios to be rated in terms of representativeness, typicality, and positiveness; a 21-item version of Schwartz's Portrait Value Survey (Schwartz et al.
In contrast to previous horizontal approaches, which compare a number of sermons from different collections in order to ascertain the typicality of a sermon subject or its form, Akae explores Waldebys collection as a microcosm through which the technologies of late medieval England's entire mendicant preaching and education systems can be determined.
109) By the same token, it would be hard for the named plaintiffs to demonstrate that they were offended or deceived in the same way as the absent class members, which invites a typicality challenge.