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  • n. normalcy


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normal +‎ -ness


  • I get a lot less crap for wearing glasses, but I guess those are somehow closer to that narrow, arbitrary spectrum of "normalness" that these people police so rigourously.

    The Sparrow

  • Do you feel the adults in the your GBLT community emphasize fitting in and "normalness" over embracing one's individualness?

    Pam's House Blend - Front Page

  • The Republican Party loves to talk about the "normalness" that is Sarah Palin.

    Yes To Democracy

  • I stood dumbstruck for a moment at the normalness of the situation before shooting him in the back of the head.

    Permanent Death, Episode 2: From Here to the Hearafter

  • In her gray pantsuit, she was nearly invisible in her normalness.


  • His extreme normalness was probably an advantage in his work.


  • She felt her hands begin to shake and she clasped them together to keep him from knowing how unnerved she was by his apparent normalness.

    Brown-Eyed Girl

  • However, I agree, I think we're going to get answers this season, and it looks like we get full ensemble cast normalness next week.

    Live Blogging LOST (Episode 7, Season 3) | the TV addict

  • I love your descriptions and the contrast between that uninterrupted cosiness and the normalness of everyday life and it's conflicts.

    A Cozy Afternoon

  • It is just disturbing, the extent to which it assume its normalness.

    CNN Transcript Aug 22, 2008


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