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use "stereotype" in a sentence

He was not a stereotype," Belinda Moore, the victim's aunt, told NBC Chicago.

By the end of the decade, a new female stereotype had emerged: the superwoman.

And women, contrary to stereotype, can be just as interested in one-night stands.

In summary, the Wellesley stereotype of wealthy is true to an extent, but not overt.

We are constantly trying to overturn the stereotype of aggressive dangerous pit bulls.

You can't stereotype an entire ethnicity, and that's what he attempted to do."""

It tells me we have more work to do to reach out and to break down the stereotype, he said.

Sometimes I just play into the stereotype of what I look like and have a little fun with it.

Superwoman complex By the end of the decade, a new female stereotype had emerged: the superwoman.

And yet it is not easy, because the propensity to stereotype is ingrained in our human character.

Let's take a look at some couples who buck the stereotype, starting with Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson.

To some, I represent whatever stereotype or fear or anxiety that precedes their interaction with me.

Detlor said she hopes people who attended the show saw past the stereotype of those who have body ink.

The Cakewalk: A study in stereotype and reality.

This is a common racial stereotype of Native Americans.10.

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