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Things normal often describes (“normal ________”)
conditions, distribution, subjects, range, life, function, cells, development, levels, children, state, position, circumstances, values, tissue, level, individuals, curve, condition, course, rate, schools, limits, pressure, growth, size, school, process, operation, person, saline, activity, pattern, solution, activities, tissues, temperature, child, response, functioning, weight, serum, practice, controls, behavior, persons, processes, population, pregnancy, stress, relations, flow, skin, flora, functions, mode, individual, diet, animals, procedure, adults, appearance, patterns, speed, rhythm, modes, vision, rats, cycle, aging, operations, stresses, distributions, hours, infants, hearing, anatomy, intelligence, blood, reaction, temperatures, eye

Descriptive words:
log, bloomington, non, multivariate, high, low, clinical, standard, sub, old, total, average, dull, bivariate, nonsingular, near, half, abnormal, special, ever, tuskegee, cont'd, called, state, colorless, medical, off, nearby, tenth, sure, famous, above, complex, inter, independent, typical, surface, than, regional, this, cumulative, test, four, absent, severe, northwestern, aortic, skew, negative, weight, recessive, deci, intraocular, diagnostic, chronic, cognitive, mean, city, diastolic, horizontal, variate, conditions, dietary, ray, its, quasi, end, infant, hundredth, plate, summary, out, developmental, indiana, male, pre

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Book See normal used in context: 64 rhymes, several books and articles.

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