Nor can the sentences of tribal courts be appealed in normal Pakistani courts.
This teacher says that the wretched Soviet regime will vanish and life will return to normal.
He realized that these were abnormal times and people who followed the normal rules were at risk.
In fact, the desire for intimate fraternity was considered more than just normal for a male life; it was believed to be essential.
It's normal, if harsh, for countries to put their own interests before those of refugees.
France was saved because Paris led a normal life in the midst of the whirlwind.
Slowly the light in the schooner descended to its normal position.
And first, of the normal development of the mystic feeling for nature in the case of the individual mind.
Somehow the presence of the beast restored Kay's mind to normal.
I had succeeded in rearing them on a great variety of prey, without paying regard to their normal fare.
c.1500, "typical, common;" 1640s, "standing at a right angle," from Late Latin normalis "in conformity with rule, normal," from Latin normalis "made according to a carpenter's square," from norma "rule, pattern," literally "carpenter's square" (see norm). Meaning "conforming to common standards, usual" is from 1828, but probably older than the record [Barnhart].
As a noun meaning "usual state or condition," from 1890. Sense of "normal person or thing" is from 1894. Normal school (1834) is from French école normale (1794), a republican foundation. The city of Normal, Illinois, U.S., was named 1857 for the normal school established there.
normal nor·mal (nôr'məl)
Conforming with, adhering to, or constituting a norm, standard, pattern, level, or type; typical.
Functioning or occurring in a natural way; lacking observable abnormalities or deficiencies.
Occurring naturally and not because of disease, inoculation, or any experimental treatment. Used of immunity.
Of, relating to, or being a solution having one gram equivalent weight of solute per liter of solution.
Of, relating to, or being an aliphatic hydrocarbon having a straight and unbranched chain of carbon atoms.
Of, relating to, or characterized by average intelligence or development.