are you sure all these files are created the same way? If you simply save a .ttl file from TBC, it should always use the same writer, which is our special sorted-Turtle writer which uses "a" instead of rdf:type. Maybe some older versions of TBC had some fallback logic that if a file couldn't be saved by that sorted writer or was too large that it would fall back to the normal Turtle writer, but I cannot see that in the current code base.
Having said this, the serialization is different when you, for example, export a graph from TopBraid EDG without using the sorted Turtle writer. Or when you create files from SPARQLMotion scripts and similar technologies.
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Right, in the older TopBraid versions, even our sorted writer was using rdf:type, but we decided to switch to the shorter "a" a while ago.
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