Did you maybe mean normalization?
- n. Alternative form of normalization.
- n. the imposition of standards or regulations
“One issue that was brought up by several stakeholders was what we call the normalisation argument.”
“A deal on this basis would result in "normalisation with the Arab countries and an end to the conflict".”
“The response, from Prince Turki and others, is that Arab relations with Israel cannot undergo wholesale "normalisation" -- a highly sensitive word in the political lexicon of the Middle East -- until Israel shows it is prepared to resolve the Palestinian issue.”
“The blog entry focuses on the differences between how CPython (the reference implementation) and IronPython do encoding name normalisation in the codecs module.”
“Israelis fail to understand that since the notion of normalisation of relations with Israel has been a steadfast taboo in Arab political culture since 1948, the Arab League call for normalised relations constitutes no less than a political revolution.”
“normalisation" - claiming that they gloss over the core of the conflict without doing anything to redress the essential inequality of the two sides.”
“The Bank is likely to keep monetary policy unchanged until next year and ECB chief, Jean-Claude Trichet, is moving towards market "normalisation".”
“Something that can be reversed, and which does not remove fertility or sensation in a quest for "normalisation".”
“Thus will we attain the goal of the 'normalisation' of the sport of rugby, when none would doubt that every player in our winning Springbok teams proudly goes into battle dressed in green and gold, because they deserve to do so as our best rugby athletes.”
“The model proposed by Better Services Better Outcomes implies 'normalisation', which goes hand in hand with the concept of 'least restrictive environment'.”
Looking for tweets for normalisation.