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These dancers are up against a power structure that has solidified over decades and has deeply penetrated popular notions and stereotypes of courtesans, including the devadasis.
The famous firm embodied every stereotype of Wall Street’s clubby culture.
The common conception of artists before the shutdown — a view that wasn’t particularly accurate and was largely determined by stereotypes left over from the “culture wars” of the past century — is that they belong to the so-called coastal elites.
Yet four centuries after Artemisia painted Judith, gender stereotypes and outdated assumptions about women as peaceful and innocent prevent women from being seen as blameworthy.
There is a cottage industry of papers on stoicism in psychology, built on the same stereotype.
The most flattering encomiums preceded the extracts, and the extracts were as stereotypes of Burley's talk.
Pessimism, in fact, stereotypes and gives a fictitious permanence to what is only one among our many moods of thought.
The Aluminotype is cast by pressure and not by pouring as in the case of stereotypes, which depend entirely upon gravity.
The line of argument deserves priority over the stereotypes of referencing.
I have seen Roman stereotypes, or immoveable printing types, with which they stamped their pottery.