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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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.
I was attempting to answer a very narrow question - why is the group-type of “gay” different than the group type of originally “Jew”.
Most of these soldiers served in the 1st Australian Task Force, a brigade group-type formation, which was based in
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.
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.
Therefore, the Winickoff study is a focus group-type effort to collect baseline data ostensibly for future socio-political initiatives.
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.