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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of denormalize.
  • adj. denormal


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  • The first part of my suggested "fight back plan" is succeeding: human rights commissions are becoming "denormalized".

    Three week update - Ezra Levant

  • We have ended up almost always storing them as flat "denormalized" fields.

    SSWUG.ORG Articles

  • But I think we've got enough evidence of their corruption and illiberalism; they are being denormalized and discredited.

    Ezra Levant: March 2008 Archives

  • The HRCs are being denormalized; now we have to turn our attention to the politicians who can do something about it.

    Ezra Levant: March 2008 Archives

  • The commissions are being denormalized, and by people with much more influence and audience than we bloggers have.

    Ezra Levant: March 2008 Archives

  • HRCs are becoming denormalized -- and if Nicholson doesn't do something about them on his watch, he risks having his own government become tainted by them.

    Buzz - Ezra Levant

  • With insane decisions like the B.C. prosecution of the "un-funny" comedian, I expect that more and more Canadians will become familiar with these kangaroo courts, and they will continue to be denormalized.

    Ezra Levant: June 2008 Archives

  • I believe that human rights commissions are being sufficiently denormalized in the court of public opinion that it's time to put pressure on politicians to do something about it.

    Steyn on Lemire, Steacy and Rob Nicholson - Ezra Levant

  • I'd say we've just about accomplished step one in the two-step plan for reform: Canada's human rights commissions are being denormalized.

    Ezra Levant: June 2008 Archives

  • Total number of days with *observations* of 1 sunspot (denormalized) between 1690-1699 (inclusive) = 4 (May 27-30, 1695).

    Trenberth [1984] « Climate Audit


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