What is the definition of "chirotype"?

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Chirotype is a specimen upon which a manuscript name, or chironym, is based on. Chrironym means ones handwriting and it is a reliable as well as effective indicator of personality and behaviour. Therefore it is a useful tool for many organisational processes such as counselling, career-planning recruitment, interviewing and selection.
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