normality


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being within certain limits that define the range of normal functioning

(of a solution) concentration expressed in gram equivalents of solute per liter

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expectedness as a consequence of being usual or regular or common

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conformity with the norm

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All the opportunities, for change and for improving things, were ignored and finally laid to rest in 2017, as we returned the normality that caused so many of our woes.
Twenty-two distributions were investigated, involving several degrees of deviation from normality and with both equal and unequal shape in the groups.
Explore Tests of Normality Kolmooorov-Smirnov (a) Statistic df Sig.
argues that psychological normality cannot serve as a justifiable standard for distinguishing mental health and mental illness and that today's definitions of mental disorders are based on conceptual and empirical error and a disregard for scientific standards of validity.
When we get him back to Dublin we'll be able to keep things ticking over, keep the job ticking over and get some normality back in our lives.
NOW the ice is starting to subside and the majority of people are returning to normality I''d like to reflect on the disgraceful treatment of roads and pavements by the city council and the complete lack of planning on their behalf.
Carter shows that while upper-crust Anglo-Americans in the Gilded Age used relatively explicit racial language to trumpet what they saw as the superiority of white civilization, the normality discourse that emerged in the ensuing decades became increasingly "race-evasive" (154); that is, it tended to express white superiority in the race-neutral terms of monogamous, heterosexual marriage in a way that made such lifestyles seem universal to all.
She describes how Western society has developed images and concepts of normality based on politics and economics, how experience has developed concepts of the spectrum (autistic and typical), how the individual and family operate within society's concepts about what is normal, the role of language, the right to know our own minds, the links between autism and sexuality, the movement to increase inclusion and the impetus to go against the status quo.
On the Normality of Stock Return Distributions: Latin American Markets, 2000-2007
In their introduction Stuart Taberner and Paul Cooke argue that although the idea of normality as a self-evident goal originated in conservative circles, the rhetoric of normality was also advanced by politicians of the Red-Green coalition.
Failure is a wondrous accomplishment in dark horror fiction that captures the essence of the teenage loner, in a time where social normality is the drug of choice.
In what the architect describes as articulated normality, the judicious articulation of a number of large windows allows the building to exploit its unique position.
My job is to provide some normality for them when they're inside all day.
In fact, in Serbia during the '90s, the term normality became a kind of ideological password, part of a code meant to sublimate societal antagonisms through the invocation of "the nation" or of a postcommunist version of capitalism, or both.
Located on higher ground than the rest of New Orleans, the gay-welcoming French Quarter was one of the first neighborhoods to regain a semblance of normality after the devastation of Hurricane Katrina.