Some articles on abnormal:
... The Abnormal Importations (Customs Duties) Act 1931 (22 23 Geo ... valorem on specific imported goods which were imported in "abnormal quantities" ...
... knockout mouse phenotype Characteristic Phenotype Homozygote viability Abnormal Recessive lethal study Normal Homozygous Fertility Normal Body weight Abnormal ... Homozygous mutants were subviable, had a decreased body weight, abnormal open field, body composition, X-ray imaging, peripheral blood lymphocytes and indirect calorimetry ...
... mouse phenotype Characteristic Phenotype Homozygote viability Normal Fertility Normal Body weight Abnormal Anxiety Normal Neurological assessment Normal Grip ... were observed, including decreased body weight and total body fat, scaly skin, abnormal hair shedding, a moderate degree of hearing impairment ...
... In mathematics, in the field of group theory, an abnormal subgroup is a subgroup H of a group G such that for every x ∈ G, x lies in the subgroup generated by H and H x, where Hx denotes the conjugate ... Here are some facts relating abnormality to other subgroup properties Every abnormal subgroup is a self-normalizing subgroup, as well as a contranormal subgroup ... The only normal subgroup that is also abnormal is the whole group ...
... where doping means "use of physiological substances or abnormal method to obtain an artificial increase of performance" ... Doping means to make use of physiological substances in immoderate quantity or abnormal method from healthy people whose only aim is to obtain an artificial increase of the ... to the body or any physiologic substance taken in abnormal quantity or taken by an abnormal route of entry into the body with the sole intention of increasing in an artificial ...
More definitions of "abnormal":
- (adj): Departing from the normal in e.g. intelligence and development.
Example: "They were heartbroken when they learned their child was abnormal"; "an abnormal personality"
- (adj): Not normal; not typical or usual or regular or conforming to a norm.
Example: "Abnormal powers of concentration"; "abnormal amounts of rain"; "abnormal circumstances"; "an abnormal interest in food"
Famous quotes containing the word abnormal:
“Your Englishman, confronted by something abnormal will always pretend that it isnt there. If he cant pretend that, he will look through the object, or round it, or above it or below it, or in any direction except into it. If, however, you force him to look into it, he will at once pretend that he sees the object not for what it is but for something that he would like it to be.”
—James Agate (18771947)
“In abnormal times like our own, when institutions are changing rapidly in several directions at once and the traditional framework of society has broken down, it becomes more and more difficult to measure any type of behavior against any other.”
—John Dos Passos (18961970)
“We urgently need a debate about the best ways of supporting families in modern America, without blinders that prevent us from seeing the full extent of dependence and interdependence in American life. As long as we pretend that only poor or abnormal families need outside assistance, we will shortchange poor families, overcompensate rich ones, and fail to come up with effective policies for helping families in the middle.”
—Stephanie Coontz (20th century)