A Typical is not a specific individual or even the average over a group of individuals.

It means a person living at the centroid (center of population mass) of a census tract and engaging in a range of activities (indoors and outdoors) that are representative of those in which individuals might engage.

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"Typical" is in the NACE Code "37"
... process is required, either mechanical or chemical. Typical is that in terms of commodities, input c ...

"Typical" is in the CPC Code "89410"
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... whether or not used, into secondary raw material. Typical input consists of waste and scrap being so ...


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