1 No one, for instance, could have made a more typical Goya than Carry Fisher, with her short dark-skinned face, the exaggerated glow of her eyes, the provocation of her frankly-painted smile.
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2 Though Juanita Haydock was highly advanced in the matters of finger-bowls, doilies, and bath-mats, her "refreshments" were typical of all the afternoon-coffees.
Main Street By Sinclair LewisGet Context In CHAPTER VII
3 She turned her shoulder on him, stared through the back window, studying this typical center of a typical Main Street block, a vista hidden from casual strollers.
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4 He escorted them to the house, which was one of a long row of the typical frame dwellings of the neighborhood, where architecture is a luxury that is dispensed with.
5 In Clym Yeobright's face could be dimly seen the typical countenance of the future.
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6 The appearance of our visitor was a surprise to me, since I had expected a typical country practitioner.
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7 His aversion to women and his disinclination to form new friendships were both typical of his unemotional character, but not more so than his complete suppression of every reference to his own people.
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8 Ye that have wronged me are not sinful, save in a kind of typical illusion; neither am I fiend-like, who have snatched a fiend's office from his hands.
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9 He saw it now as he looked at Stepan Arkadyevitch, radiant in his rags, graceful, well-fed, and joyous, a typical Russian nobleman.
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10 My dream was very peculiar, and was almost typical of the way that waking thoughts become merged in, or continued in, dreams.
11 I hastened to assure him I was not in the least typical.
12 I was born in a typical log cabin, about fourteen by sixteen feet square.
Up From Slavery: An Autobiography By Booker T. WashingtonGet Context In Chapter I.