normal

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  • This change would cause the blood pressure to fall back to its normal range.
  • This is a normal thing for any artist in any performing arts industry.
  • The normal length of the student's training appears to have been seven years.
  • They are then transferred into normal sea-water and allowed to develop. Cited from Darwin and Modern Science, by A.C. Seward
  • The person does not fall over and returns to normal right after it ends.
  • Only within the later part of the twentieth century, has normal political activity established.
  • He saved a man and his son and they gave him the idea of living as a normal person.
  • A horse will eat of food per day and, under normal use, drink of water.
  • These are not always present in normal tissue and can come from outside sources.
  • Such bands appear at approximately twice the energy of the normal mode.
  • Instead they wanted him to just do occasional work so that he could have a normal childhood.
  • This would generally be performed when an individual was in normal good health, and thus at peak resistance.
  • Normal faults drop rock units that are higher below those that are lower.
  • Many in the audience expressed wonder at how a normal man could move over the ice in such a manner.
  • Some may not even be aware that their color perception is in any way different from normal.
  • In a normal state of mind, the subject will do or believe as his reason dictates.
  • The normal game is between two players and played with three heaps of any number of objects.
  • If they do not, he promises the books will be burned and all will return to normal.
  • A firm will receive only normal profit in the long run at the equilibrium point.
  • Speech recognition and word recognition tests measure how well an individual can hear normal day-to-day conversation.
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Meaning of normal

  • adjective Conforming with or constituting a norm or standard or level or type or social norm; not abnormal
    serve wine at normal room temperature, normal diplomatic relations, normal working hours, normal word order, normal curiosity, the normal course of events
  • adjective In accordance with scientific laws
  • adjective Being approximately average or within certain limits in e.g. intelligence and development
    a perfectly normal child, of normal intelligence, the most normal person I've ever met