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The decline of Salesforce, Adobe and Oracle’s prototypical data management solutions bear this out.
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The nautilus is the prototypical animal in the Mesophotic Zone.
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At 6 foot 5 and 215 pounds, Glass is the size of a prototypical NFL quarterback and is considered a sleeper ahead of the 2022 draft.
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A prototypical 3-and-D wing known for his team-first mentality, Vassell will be a natural fit in San Antonio.
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There is a prototypical plan, an ideal pattern, which imposes a precise position upon each atom of the tissue.
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Under the expectations of literacy, a prototypical family life was to be expected from all.
THE CIVILIZATION OF ILLITERACYMIHAI NADIN
As the prototypical example of land-art, this lattice of lightning rods covers an area of one mile by one kilometer.
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