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A range of behavior that is considered socially acceptable. Behavior that tests the limits of normal is normal, but behavior consistently outside normal is considered deviant. Experimenting with behavior is normal for children, especially gifted ones. Behaviorist educators and psychologists are concerned with ways to produce normal behavior in others. But to be gifted is not normal. Abnormal quali......

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[adj] - (geometry) forming a right angle 2. [adj] - in accordance with scientific laws 3. [adj] - (psychology) being approximately average or within certain limits in e.g. intelligence and development 4. [adj] - conforming with or constituting a norm or standard or level or type or social norm
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An imaginary line drawn from the centre of a polygon (or other geometry object) at right angles to the surface.
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A line perpendicular to a surface or curve.
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a solution concentration of one gram equivalent per liter of solution.
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Nor'mal adjective [ Latin normalis , from norma rule, pattern, carpenter's square; probably akin to noscere to know; confer Greek ... well known, ... gnomon, also, carpenter's square: confer French normal . See Known , and confer Abnormal , Enormous .]...
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Nor'mal noun [ Confer French normale , ligne normale . See Normal , adjective ] 1. (Geom.) Any perpendicular. 2. (Geom.) A straight line or plane drawn from any point of a curve or surface so as to be perpendicular to the curv...
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<microscopy> An imaginary line forming a right angle with the tangent to a curved surface at a particular point. It is used as a basis for determining angles of incidence, reflection, and refraction. ... (05 Aug 1998) ...
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adjective forming a right angle
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(norĀ“mәl) agreeing with the regular and established type. When said of a solution, it denotes one containing one chemical equivalent of solute per liter of solution; for example, a 0.5 normal (0.5 N) solution has a concentration of 0.5 Eq/l. The use of standard units (Eq/l) is now preferred.
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• (a.) Denoting a solution of such strength that every cubic centimeter contains the same number of milligrams of the element in question as the number of its molecular weight. • (a.) Any perpendicular. • (a.) A straight line or plane drawn from any point of a curve or surface so as to be perpendicular to the curve or surface at that...
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(from the article `mathematics`) ...to draw tangents to given conics (Book II); relations of chords intersecting in conics (Book III); the determination of the number of ways in ...
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town, McLean county, central Illinois, U.S. At the junction of three interstate highways, Normal adjoins Bloomington (south) and is located about 65 ...
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The recognized standard value of a meteorological element as it has been averaged in a given location over a fixed number of years. Normals are concerned with the distribution of data within limits of common occurrence. The parameters may include temperatures (high, low, and deviation), pressure, precipitation (rain, snow, etc.), winds (speed and d...
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A line that is perpendicular to a given line or plane.
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To understand whether precipitation and temperature is above or below normal for seasons and longer timescales, normal is defined as the average weather over 30 years. These averages are recalculated every ten years. The National Weather Service has just recalculated the baseline period for normal from 1961 to 1990 to 1971 to 2000. Since the cool d...
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Normal, town (1990 pop. 40,023), McLean co., central Ill.; inc. 1865. It is the center of a productive farming region. Motor vehicles are manufactured in Normal. The town originally grew around Illinois State Univ. (1857; formerly called Illinois State Normal Univ.), which remains a major contributo...
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(N) Type: Term Pronunciation: nōr′măl Definitions: 1. Typical; usual; according to the rule or standard. 2. In bacteriology, nonimmune; untreated; denoting an animal, or the serum or substance contained therein, that has not been experimentally or naturally immunized against a microorganism or its products. 3. Denoting a solu...
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The normal is the axis drawn perpendicular to an illuminated surface. The normal is the reference from which reflective, diffractive and refractive angles are measured. A ray with a zero degree angle of incidence arrives perpendicular to a surface. A ray with a 90
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a solution concentration of one gram equivalent per liter of solution.
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[behavior] ==Summary== The cover art of the book `Marrow` by Robert Reed in current print (2006), http://www.fantasticfiction.co.uk/images/n4/n22668.jpgSysID=ebsco9&CustID=tucsonpl&Key=0812566572&Type=L, This is the current Jacket image art for Marrow and is displayed as such on numerous sites around the Web. ...
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[mathematics] In the Hornbostel-Sachs classification system, concussion vessels are designated as `111.14` ...
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[geometry] In geometry, a normal is an object such as a line or vector that is perpendicular to a given object. For example, in the two-dimensional case, the normal line to a curve at a given point is the line perpendicular to the tangent line to the curve at the point. In the three-dimensional case a surface normal, or simply normal, to a ...
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A non-enthusiast.[40]
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In the study of light, an imaginary line perpendicularto a surface. Used in gemology to describe the angle at whichlight strikes an object.
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