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prototype
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Angels & Demons
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  • "This one’s a prototype of the Boeing X-33," the pilot continued, "but there are dozens of others-the National Aero Space Plane, the Russians have Scramjet, the Brits have HOTOL.

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as in: prototype of the new machine Define
the first example of something upon which future instances will be based -- such as a new machine or process
as in: prototypical response Define
a standard example
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