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tr.v. typ·i·fied, typ·i·fy·ing, typ·i·fies
1. To serve as a typical example of; embody the essential characteristics of: a painting that typifies the artist's work.
2. To represent by an image, a form, or a model; symbolize or prefigure.

typ′i·fi·ca′tion (-fĭ-kā′shən) n.
typ′i·fi′er n.
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Noun1.typification - a representational or typifying form or modeltypification - a representational or typifying form or model
representational process - any basic cognitive process in which some entity comes to stand for or represent something else
picture - a typical example of some state or quality; "the very picture of a modern general"; "she was the picture of despair"
2.typification - the act of representing by a type or symboltypification - the act of representing by a type or symbol; the action of typifying
representation - an activity that stands as an equivalent of something or results in an equivalent
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The prudent Mrs Chivery, who wondered greatly at this change, would have protested against it as detrimental to the Highland typification on the doorpost but for two forcible reasons; one, that her John was roused to take strong interest in the business which these starts were supposed to advance--and this she held to be good for his drooping spirits; the other, that Mr Pancks confidentially agreed to pay her, for the occupation of her son's time, at the handsome rate of seven and sixpence per day.
Thanks to these tools, the evaluation requests made by those affected and the typification work to be developed by professionals will be facilitated by contributing to the exchange of information between those affected and Thalidomide experts.
effective and valid publication, typification (with herbarium specimens), and priority.
They also labelled them as "montane tundra" and provided a table to define them with five associations, all affected by the same problem of nomenclatural invalidity due to their lack of typification (see Table 3) and whose main content is shown in Table 2:
Infrageneric classification of Quercus (Fagaceae) and typification of sectional |names.
Typification of the Mediterranean endemic deep-water macroalga Laminaria rodriguezii Bornet (Laminariaceae, Phaeophyceae).
In La Condition humaine, the Malraux employs a critical historical situation as a typification of man's condition (Janzen, 2016) and as an incentive for wide-ranging metaphysical rumination on conceivable reactions to that condition.
Security of organization (3) is dependent on the efficiency of cyclical processes, including early typification of challenges (4), allowing creation of entities' ability to eliminate threats and seize the opportunities in the area of security.
Even worse, this could prove repulsive or, to a lesser extent, silly to the young believer or other non-believers of above-average intelligence, what with the diverse doctrines and practices of the different denominations that all claim to be the one, true typification of the Christian religion, and the attendant violence that normally follows such schisms and fundamentalism.
Considering the critical arguments of Jeon, Lee, and Klein, it seems likely that Bong's subversive use of genre typification and standard Hollywood blockbuster tropes is not merely a gesture towards purely emulating the American film model; instead, it offers the emergence of a trans-national film vocabulary, extricating Snowpiercer from both Korean and American film language in a peculiar hybrid that merges both styles.
Among Melanesianist anthropologists I know who specialize in these subjects, none would subscribe to the author's typification of customary law, or use the concept without scare-quotes or a raft of caveats.