Also especially British, nor·mal·ise.
Origin of normalize
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Examples from the Web for normalization
These were the sorts of measures that the other negotiators expected to ensue at future stages of the normalization process.Why France Is to Blame for Blocking the Iran Nuclear Agreement
November 10, 2013
Even if she goes to Gaza and performs with Mohammed Assaf, I still refuse to label it normalization.
Before the diehard BDS crew crucifies me, let me explain why I believe my invitation is not normalization.
Yes to ending the conflict, yes to security cooperation, and yes to normalization with Israel.The Arab Peace Initiative Makes Its Way to the Knesset
May 20, 2013
This does deserve a re-emphasis, to say peace and normalization with all Arab states!The Rejectionism Of The Right
May 9, 2013
Marius latuit looks like a normalization of word order from the emphatic latuit Marius.
- the act or process of normalizing
- social welfare the policy of offering mentally or physically handicapped people patterns, conditions, and experiences of everyday life as close as possible to those of nonhandicapped people, by not segregating them physically, socially, and administratively from the rest of society
- to bring or make into the normal state
- to bring into conformity with a standard
- to heat (steel) above a critical temperature and allow it to cool in air to relieve internal stresses; anneal
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Word Origin and History for normalization
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