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Definition of Prototypically
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Literary usage of Prototypically
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1. The Urban Condition: Space, Community, and Self in the Contemporary Metropolis by Ghent Urban Studies Team (1999)
"Although first the prototypically metropolitan means of transport, the subway, and later the prototypically ..."
2. A System of Christian Doctrine by Isaac August Dorner (1888)
"... respect the scientific blending of the first and second creations, and this blending will affect prototypically the further unions of the same contrast. ..."
3. The Secret Doctrine: The Synthesis of Science, Religion, and Philosophy by Helena Petrovna Blavatsky (1897)
"Only, none of these ever saw anything but that which had already come to pass, and had been before prototypically enacted in higher spheres—if the event ..."
4. Henry Adams and His World: Transactions, APS by David R. Contosta (2008)
"... years later—and perhaps even to the, alas, prototypically modern American stupidities of Drs. Masters and Johnson with their calibrations of genitalia. ..."
5. Modern Doubt and Christian Belief: A Series of Apologetic Lectures Addressed by Theodor Christlieb (1874)
"An idea like this can only work effectually, and with living power, when prototypically realized in some actual personality, whereby it may lay hold of the ..."
6. A System of Biblical Psychology by Franz Delitzsch (1885)
"But how otherwise than by prototypically representing the threefold law of every Averts: (1) the contraction into itself, (2) the outward pressing beyond ..."