Which is the right meaning for typically in this conversation?
Oliver: It's not how I typically get my information.
Felicity: How do you typically do it?
Oliver: I find the person. And then I put the fear of God into them until they talk.
A: In most cases; usually.
B: With the distinctive qualities of a particular type of person or thing.
C: In a way that is characteristic of a particular person or thing.
Maybe the first meaning of 'typically' is not as the same as the second one?
Thanks for your answer.