- v. present participle of normalize.
- adj. that normalizes
“China relations, the term "normalizing" brings to mind the steps taken during the Nixon, Ford, and Carter administrations that led to the "normalization" of ties between Beijing and Washington -- moves for which Kissinger deserves and in On China claims a good deal of credit.”
“Assistant secretary of state Christopher Hill has announced he's going to meet with the North Korean foreign minister to discuss what he calls normalizing relations.”
“Here's the other thing - in normalizing performance, you also normalize roles.”
“My reasons for hesitation in normalizing polygamy and the way it is actually practiced are similar.”
“Josh Marshall makes an excellent point: It's yet another example of how far this White House has gone in normalizing behavior that we've been raised to associate with third-world countries where democracy has never successfully taken root and the rule of law is unknown.”
“Emanuel has also used his position to explicitly push Israel’s interests in normalizing relations with Arab states and isolating Hamas.”
“One way to sum up a key contrast between the two books involves the notion of "normalizing" Chinese actions, which Bickers does very effectively but is something in which Kissinger shows no interest.”
“And so I am really excited to say that the community that has responded to the series has been extremely supportive of the idea of normalizing diversity.”
“This is generally known as normalizing or annealing.”
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