typical example

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She's a typical example of the cold northern nature.
Despite that subtlety, there is a medium-bodied savouriness to this typical example from southern France which adds fennel, nuttiness and herbs to the wine's red plum, pear and pomegranate fruit - and neatly offsets the pithy grapefruit acidity that gives everything zip and vitality.
Theresa May was a typical example of rising to a red flag by openly accusing certain EU officials of trying to wreck our general election.
A typical example is for a woman to become irritable, have extreme mood swings and hallucinations, and possibly need psychiatric hospitalization.
A typical example is some residents in Grove Hill do not even have a pavement - instead they have a very narrow strip of asphalt which in many places is cracked and risen.
Apple, which is a typical example of health, life, beauty and paradise, often appears in his works.
Speedwell Road from Pershore Road at the side of Calthorpe Park is a typical example.
The future generations of students and studies will learn about this verdict as a typical example how politics usurp the Law", said Andrej Zernovski.
This is yet another typical example of the council doing exactly as it pleases and the council tax paying Coventrian can go and whistle in the wind.
It is in many ways better than many other countries, India being a typical example, though I regret to say I am Indian.
A typical example was the child in the buggy who had to be checked by paramedics.
According to PDSH, Sulejmani is a typical example for all the abuses toward Albanians by the nomenclatures installed in the government since 2001 up to today.