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At 6-foot-2 and 198 pounds, Patrick has the prototypical size and the numbers to back him up.
Clocks and watches were prototypical objects of the modern age, measuring time and production and serving as models for Europe’s clockwork armies.
No playable sources found Loading 00:00 / 11:11 Junior Year Highlights 48 Play Scout three-star cornerback DeShon Wilson is the prototypical cornerback recruit under Gary Andersen.
The real test will be whether Zen Studios can capture the nihilistic, prototypical anti-hero slant of the comic books — or, at the very least, the awesome wackiness of the 1989 Dolph Lundgren film.
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Definition of prototypical for English Language Learners
: having the typical qualities of a particular group or kind of person or thing : very typical
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