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    Normal, Un-normal, Abnormal

    Do any of these reall exist?

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    Re: Normal, Un-normal, Abnormal

    Yes, Absnormal........

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    Re: Normal, Un-normal, Abnormal

    "BadlandsViking" wrote:
    Do any of these reall exist?

    Main Entry: 1ab·nor·mal

    Pronunciation: \(ËŒ)ab-ËË*nȯr-mÉ™l, É™b-\
    Function: adjective
    Etymology: alteration of French anormal, from Medieval Latin anormalis, from Latin a- + Late Latin normalis normal
    Date: circa 1836
    : deviating from the normal or average : unusual, exceptional <abnormal behavior>
    — ab·nor·mal·ly
    \-mə-lē\ adverb



    Main Entry: 1nor·mal

    Pronunciation: \ËË*nȯr-mÉ™l\
    Function: adjective
    Etymology: Latin normalis, from norma
    Date: circa 1696
    1: perpendicular; especially : perpendicular to a tangent at a point of tangency
    2 a: according with, constituting, or not deviating from a norm, rule, or principle b: conforming to a type, standard, or regular pattern
    3: occurring naturally <normal immunity>
    4 a: of, relating to, or characterized by average intelligence or development b: free from mental disorder : sane
    5 aof a solution : having a concentration of one gram equivalent of solute per liter b: containing neither basic hydroxyl nor acid hydrogen <normal silver phosphate> c: not associated <normal molecules> d: having a straight-chain structure <normal pentane> <normal butyl alcohol>
    6of a subgroup : having the property that every coset produced by operating on the left by a given element is equal to the coset produced by operating on the right by the same element
    7: relating to, involving, or being a normal curve or normal distribution <normal approximation to the binomial distribution>
    8of a matrix : having the property of commutativity under multiplication by the transpose of the matrix each of whose elements is a conjugate complex number with respect to the corresponding element of the given matrix
    synonyms see regular
    — nor·mal·i·ty
    \nȯr-ËË*ma-lÉ™-tÄ“\ noun
    — nor·mal·ly
    \ËË*nȯr-mÉ™-lÄ“\ adverb

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    Re: Normal, Un-normal, Abnormal

    "singersp" wrote:
    "BadlandsViking" wrote:
    Do any of these reall exist?

    Main Entry: 1ab·nor·mal

    Pronunciation: \(ËŒ)ab-ËË*nȯr-mÉ™l, É™b-\
    Function: adjective
    Etymology: alteration of French anormal, from Medieval Latin anormalis, from Latin a- + Late Latin normalis normal
    Date: circa 1836
    : deviating from the normal or average : unusual, exceptional <abnormal behavior>
    — ab·nor·mal·ly
    \-mə-lē\ adverb



    Main Entry: 1nor·mal

    Pronunciation: \ËË*nȯr-mÉ™l\
    Function: adjective
    Etymology: Latin normalis, from norma
    Date: circa 1696
    1: perpendicular; especially : perpendicular to a tangent at a point of tangency
    2 a: according with, constituting, or not deviating from a norm, rule, or principle b: conforming to a type, standard, or regular pattern
    3: occurring naturally <normal immunity>
    4 a: of, relating to, or characterized by average intelligence or development b: free from mental disorder : sane
    5 aof a solution : having a concentration of one gram equivalent of solute per liter b: containing neither basic hydroxyl nor acid hydrogen <normal silver phosphate> c: not associated <normal molecules> d: having a straight-chain structure <normal pentane> <normal butyl alcohol>
    6of a subgroup : having the property that every coset produced by operating on the left by a given element is equal to the coset produced by operating on the right by the same element
    7: relating to, involving, or being a normal curve or normal distribution <normal approximation to the binomial distribution>
    8of a matrix : having the property of commutativity under multiplication by the transpose of the matrix each of whose elements is a conjugate complex number with respect to the corresponding element of the given matrix
    synonyms see regular
    — nor·mal·i·ty
    \nȯr-ËË*ma-lÉ™-tÄ“\ noun
    — nor·mal·ly
    \ËË*nȯr-mÉ™-lÄ“\ adverb
    Wheres the definition for Unnormal?

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    Re: Normal, Un-normal, Abnormal

    "BadlandsViking" wrote:
    Do any of these really exist?
    No, because it all has to do with perception.

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    Re: Normal, Un-normal, Abnormal

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    Do any of these reall exist?

    Main Entry: 1ab·nor·mal

    Pronunciation: \(ËŒ)ab-ËË*nȯr-mÉ™l, É™b-\
    Function: adjective
    Etymology: alteration of French anormal, from Medieval Latin anormalis, from Latin a- + Late Latin normalis normal
    Date: circa 1836
    : deviating from the normal or average : unusual, exceptional <abnormal behavior>
    — ab·nor·mal·ly
    \-mə-lē\ adverb



    Main Entry: 1nor·mal

    Pronunciation: \ËË*nȯr-mÉ™l\
    Function: adjective
    Etymology: Latin normalis, from norma
    Date: circa 1696
    1: perpendicular; especially : perpendicular to a tangent at a point of tangency
    2 a: according with, constituting, or not deviating from a norm, rule, or principle b: conforming to a type, standard, or regular pattern
    3: occurring naturally <normal immunity>
    4 a: of, relating to, or characterized by average intelligence or development b: free from mental disorder : sane
    5 aof a solution : having a concentration of one gram equivalent of solute per liter b: containing neither basic hydroxyl nor acid hydrogen <normal silver phosphate> c: not associated <normal molecules> d: having a straight-chain structure <normal pentane> <normal butyl alcohol>
    6of a subgroup : having the property that every coset produced by operating on the left by a given element is equal to the coset produced by operating on the right by the same element
    7: relating to, involving, or being a normal curve or normal distribution <normal approximation to the binomial distribution>
    8of a matrix : having the property of commutativity under multiplication by the transpose of the matrix each of whose elements is a conjugate complex number with respect to the corresponding element of the given matrix
    synonyms see regular
    — nor·mal·i·ty
    \nȯr-ËË*ma-lÉ™-tÄ“\ noun
    — nor·mal·ly
    \ËË*nȯr-mÉ™-lÄ“\ adverb
    Wheres the definition for Unnormal?
    I think he made it up, I'm not sure it's even a word

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    Re: Normal, Un-normal, Abnormal

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    Wheres the definition for Unnormal?
    I think he made it up, I'm not sure it's even a word
    Of course I did. Have you not ever heard of the Un-Cola?

    Unnormal is the deviation from normal, meaning that it is more unusual rather than usual.

    (Also see abnormal)

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    Re: Normal, Un-normal, Abnormal

    "BadlandsViking" wrote:
    "marstc09" wrote:
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    "BadlandsViking" wrote:
    Do any of these reall exist?

    Main Entry: 1ab·nor·mal

    Pronunciation: \(ËŒ)ab-ËË*nȯr-mÉ™l, É™b-\
    Function: adjective
    Etymology: alteration of French anormal, from Medieval Latin anormalis, from Latin a- + Late Latin normalis normal
    Date: circa 1836
    : deviating from the normal or average : unusual, exceptional <abnormal behavior>
    — ab·nor·mal·ly
    \-mə-lē\ adverb



    Main Entry: 1nor·mal

    Pronunciation: \ËË*nȯr-mÉ™l\
    Function: adjective
    Etymology: Latin normalis, from norma
    Date: circa 1696
    1: perpendicular; especially : perpendicular to a tangent at a point of tangency
    2 a: according with, constituting, or not deviating from a norm, rule, or principle b: conforming to a type, standard, or regular pattern
    3: occurring naturally <normal immunity>
    4 a: of, relating to, or characterized by average intelligence or development b: free from mental disorder : sane
    5 aof a solution : having a concentration of one gram equivalent of solute per liter b: containing neither basic hydroxyl nor acid hydrogen <normal silver phosphate> c: not associated <normal molecules> d: having a straight-chain structure <normal pentane> <normal butyl alcohol>
    6of a subgroup : having the property that every coset produced by operating on the left by a given element is equal to the coset produced by operating on the right by the same element
    7: relating to, involving, or being a normal curve or normal distribution <normal approximation to the binomial distribution>
    8of a matrix : having the property of commutativity under multiplication by the transpose of the matrix each of whose elements is a conjugate complex number with respect to the corresponding element of the given matrix
    synonyms see regular
    — nor·mal·i·ty
    \nȯr-ËË*ma-lÉ™-tÄ“\ noun
    — nor·mal·ly
    \ËË*nȯr-mÉ™-lÄ“\ adverb
    Wheres the definition for Unnormal?
    I think he made it up, I'm not sure it's even a word
    I know. I was making fun of him for saying it.

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    Re: Normal, Un-normal, Abnormal

    "singersp" wrote:
    "BadlandsViking" wrote:
    "BadlandsViking" wrote:

    Wheres the definition for Unnormal?
    I think he made it up, I'm not sure it's even a word
    Of course I did. Have you not ever heard of the Un-Cola?

    Unnormal is the deviation from normal, meaning that it is more unusual rather than usual.

    (Also see abnormal)
    That is marketing. Of course they would use a made up word. Do you really think the ab-cola would fly?

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    Re: Normal, Un-normal, Abnormal

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    Wheres the definition for Unnormal?
    I think he made it up, I'm not sure it's even a word
    Of course I did. Have you not ever heard of the Un-Cola?

    Unnormal is the deviation from normal, meaning that it is more unusual rather than usual.

    (Also see abnormal)
    That is marketing. Of course they would use a made up word. Do you really think the ab-cola would fly?
    Non-Cola or the anti-cola might. Ergo, why not non-normal or anti-normal?

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