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nonstereotypical

Definitions

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  • adjective Not stereotypical.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ stereotypical

Examples

  • Was this another instance of curators tending to show the West the nonstereotypical facets of Muslim culture as practiced by Westernized elites?

    The View From Here

  • Bonus points to the author for offering a nonstereotypical librarian character and for imagining Vlad the Impaler as an actual medieval despot rather than as Bela Lugosi.

    Vacation book reviews.

  • He thinks that the virtuous person is characterized by a nonstereotypical self-love that he understands as a love of fully realized rational activity.

    Moral Character

  • When men and women were asked about job offers at two companies who both had a 50/50 gender ratio, where one was decorated with the usual computer science gear and the other more generic stuff, both genders preferred the nonstereotypical setting, women more so than men.

    Ars Technica

  • When faced with the choice of joining one of two all-female teams, the only difference being the objects found in the team's workroom-stereotypical versus nonstereotypical-women overwhelmingly (82 percent of the time) choose to work with the team based in the nonstereotypically decorated room.

    Ars Technica

  • McCully’s “I Can Read” include the baseball story Grandmas at Bat, another book about nonstereotypical grandmothers www. harpercollinschildrens.com/HarperChildrens/Kids/BookDetail. aspx? isbn13 = 9780064441933.

    Books About Halloween for Children Who Are Learning to Read « One-Minute Book Reviews

  • McCully’s “I Can Read” include the baseball story Grandmas at Bat, another book about nonstereotypical grandmothers www. harpercollinschildrens.com/HarperChildrens/Kids/BookDetail. aspx? isbn13 = 9780064441933.

    2008 September 20 « One-Minute Book Reviews

  • It saw a country with an affluent economy, the first TV show that starred an African-American woman in a nonstereotypical role (Diahann Carroll in

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  • It saw a country with an affluent economy, the first TV show that starred an African-American woman in a nonstereotypical role (Diahann Carroll in

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