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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishatypicala‧typ‧i‧cal /eɪˈtɪpɪkəl/ ●○○ adjective  TYPICALnot typical or usual
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atypicalHigh school students who do volunteer work are not atypical.Their housing situation is not atypical, even for this affluent suburb.The newer, so-called atypical medicines are helping change the face of mental illness, experts agree.We report photographic follow-up of patients with 3 or more clinically atypical naevi and 20 or more benign naevi.We followed up 116 patients each with 3 or more clinically atypical naevi for at least 5 years.They are also quite atypical of large-company manager-subordinate relations in traditional firms.The firms involved are often multinational in a way that is atypical of most other financial markets.This bird is atypical of most species here in that it does not build a nest.Such letters of complaint are atypical; the foundation usually receives nothing but praise and admiration for our work.
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