Noun(1) a standard or model or pattern regarded as typical(2) a statistic describing the location of a distribution
(1) Older people, particularly, worry about what appears to be everyday standards of behaviour which now pass as the norm in contemporary Western society.(2) In general, a child is considered to have speech delay if speech development is significantly below the norm of other children of the same age.(3) According to Mintel, typical store brand food shoppers tend to be young, with incomes below the norm .(4) ├ö├ç├┐Being of normal weight is no longer the norm ,├ö├ç├û says Johnstone.(5) However, some countries in the SADC region are setting the norm and standard on how to win the war against corruption.(6) That is particularly important for rural suppliers, because often the rural supply is for their stock as well as for domestic purposes and they accept a standard that is below the norm .(7) But the trouble is that this kind of burglary - the kind most likely to go ├ö├ç├┐wrong├ö├ç├û - is now the norm in Britain.(8) It also showed that the majority of Scots think smoke-free restaurants should be the norm , prompting Deacon to call on the pub and restaurant trade to take urgent action to create smokeless zones.(9) Fighters kept their gravity well below Earth norm , the standard gravity found on ships and space stations.(10) Secondly, it has been incorrectly assumed that the standard set by developed countries can be considered the norm .(11) Taking the generally accepted norm of 5 people per family, that's 16 families.(12) As he readily admits, such an extreme experiment is not the norm for any typical American, but his case is used to prove a point about the rise of obesity in the United States.(13) Upper class or not, women must not assume that just because Caesarians have become the norm , it's normal.(14) The brewery was praised for supplying its Old Brewery real ale throughout the country at relatively low prices - on average nearly 30p cheaper than the norm .(15) True, heavy rainfall in November is the norm , and deluges, whether they strike in March or in December, will always cause some flooding.(16) Expectations of excellence were the norm and achievement was the never-stated aim.
(1) norm :: caadi
1. convention ::
2. standard ::
3. average ::
Different Formsnorm, norms
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