nontypical

nontypical

(ˌnɒnˈtɪpɪkəl)
adj
not typical; unusual
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He saw a number of tine points sticking up in a field and thought he had found a huge nontypical antler.
For example, Wisconsin has 11,682 typical entries and only 646 nontypical entries.
Chris Flaton harvested this 182 2/8-inch Missouri nontypical on the last day of the 2014 muzzleloader season, using a T/C Encore.
Nontypical turkeys are the second category in the NWTF records.
Some of the nontypical channels included posters and banners at commuter rail stations (there are three Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority rail stations in the two towns), taxi cab tops and a mobile billboard.
The antler had fallen off, but judging by trail cam pics, it would have added another 25 to 30 inches to the very nontypical rack.
What we want to know, of course, is not only what happens in typical matches but also what happens in nontypical matches.
In an economy with the size and complexity of the one in the United States, it is not surprising that workers employed in nontypical work schedules will be found.
It is considered a "new" world record because Boone & Crockett only recently added a category for nontypical blacktail deer antlers, according to Roger Sellner, who accompanies the display and who will conduct daily seminars on field scoring big game.
And there continues to be experimentation with offering high-margin, nontypical categories at the front end, with mixed results.
However, police did find a nontypical collection of military books in his closet, and all of the games on his computer had a military motif as well.