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from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The common mental and moral type, and the prevailing manner of a social group.

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Examples

  • NATASHA RICHARDSON, PERSONAL TRAINER: Some people are more extroverts, and they -- those people are probably best in, like, a group-type setting, maybe group fitness or dance class, kick boxing, cardio funk.

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  • I was attempting to answer a very narrow question - why is the group-type of “gay” different than the group type of originally “Jew”.

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  • Most of these soldiers served in the 1st Australian Task Force, a brigade group-type formation, which was based in

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  • Most of these soldiers served in the 1st Australian Task Force, a brigade group-type formation, which was based in Phuoc Tuy province It is important to highlight that many young men were conscripted to serve in Vietnam.

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  • Almost universally, midtier companies embed their business development functions in the operating units, with business development teams reporting to a section manager or group-type manager.

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  • Therefore, the Winickoff study is a focus group-type effort to collect baseline data ostensibly for future socio-political initiatives.

    Interested-Participant

  • The incumbent performs work on a wide variety of complex group-type loans, grants, and guarantees by reviewing pre-applications, applications, processing and closing dockets during the processing stage, and servicing loans within the authority of the State Office.

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