A personality type characterized by ambition, impatience, and competitiveness, and thought to be susceptible to stress and heart disease
A category of people or things having common characteristics
(Forming adjectives) resembling or having the characteristics of a specified thing
this type of heather grows better in a drier habitat
The sort of person one likes or finds attractive
Being or behaving as expected
Designating or pertaining to some forms of diabetes, especially insulin-dependent diabetes.
Designating or pertaining to some forms of diabetes, especially the non-insulin-dependent type.
Denoting a region in a semiconductor in which electrical conduction is due chiefly to the movement of electrons
Denoting a region in a semiconductor in which electrical conduction is due chiefly to the movement of positive holes
A personality type characterized as easy-going and thought to have low susceptibility to stress
Composed and ready for printing
Typography the typeface used for printing the main text of a publication.
Type which is used for printing books.
Type (of a special or ornamental kind) used in job printing.
Of or belonging to the class of variable stars of which Mira (ο Ceti) is a member.
Reminiscent or characteristic of a ram, in various senses.
Printing. = logotype.
A particular kind of data item, as defined by the values it can take, the programming language used, or the operations that can be performed on it
A site where objects or materials regarded as defining the characteristics of a particular period were found
A strain, gene, or characteristic which prevails among individuals in natural conditions, as distinct from an atypical mutant type
(attributive) of the nature of or resembling an Arthus reaction.
A type or category in respect of colour.
A type or variety of house.
A hypothetical construct made up of the salient features or elements of a social phenomenon, or generalized concept, in order to facilitate comparison and classification of what is found in operation. Also (frequently with hyphen) attributive.
Printed in a larger typeface than is usual.
A strain of an organism, especially a fungus or protozoan, that can undergo conjugation and sexual reproduction only with another, genetically distinct, strain of the same species.
A type font used for printing sheet music.
A strain of a bacterial species distinguished by susceptibility to a range of phages.
To determine the phage type of (a bacterium).
A speech sound considered as a purely phonetic event.
= reach truck; frequently attributive.
A typeface including special characters which reproduce the contractions or particular letterforms found in medieval manuscripts.
Of a kind that has the form or movement of a roller.
A class of tissues which are immunologically compatible with one another
Type using all one’s fingers and without looking at the keys
An alloy of lead, tin, and antimony, used for casting type
An individually cast piece of type. Also: such pieces collectively; the system of printing which uses type of this kind.
Designating Raudive voices.
(In behavioural typology) a physical or personality type which is expected to react in specific ways to a stimulus.
Large, bold, or eye-catching type used for headings or advertisements
The group in which a star is classified according to its spectrum, especially using the Harvard classification
Official confirmation from a government or other body that a manufactured item meets required specifications
A designer and maker of metal type
The place in which a type specimen was found
The species on which a genus is based and with which the genus name remains associated during any taxonomic revision
The specimen, or each of a set of specimens, on which the description and name of a new species is based
The type of pathological change or symptoms characteristic of Alzheimer's disease; specifically the type of dementia that is typical of Alzheimer's disease, as diagnosed by clinical criteria; frequently attributive.
Designating a boiler of a type typically used for railway locomotives, with a horizontal barrel and fire tubes.
A collection of personality traits which are thought to occur together consistently, especially as determined by a certain pattern of responses to a personality inventory