Normalizing: Webster's Quotations, Facts and Phrases

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Icon Group International, Incorporated, Dec 19, 2008 - 73 pages
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Use in Literature NormalizingNormally 'the tendency to solitude at adolescence indicates not fulness but want'; and a judicious balance between rest and work, pursuit of favorite lines, genuine sympathy, and wise companionship will generally normalize the social relation.ndash;G. Stanley Hall in Youth: Its Education, Regimen, and Hygiene.This is the nascent stage of periodicity to the slow normalization of which, during these few critical years, everything that interferes should yield.ndash;G. Stanley Hall in Youth: Its Education, Regimen, and Hygiene.They will always find a seemly motive to legitimize, normalize and put a wrapper all around paid libertinage, because they know very well that otherwise it would rush in a torrent into their bedrooms and nurseries.ndash;Alexandra Kuprin in Yama (The Pit).My own principle has been to deviate as little as possible from the traditional spelling followed in normalized texts.ndash;Henry Sweet in An Icelandic Primer [UTF-8]. Nonfiction Usage Journalism UsageAfghanistan - News: November 3, 2001 - Headline: Iran Will Attend Meeting in New York to Discuss Future of Afghanistan. Excerpt: At the same time, Iranian moderates also believe that the present global political climate amid efforts to forge an anti-terrorism coalition provides a unique opportunity to start a dialogue with the United States and move toward normalizing relations.Australia - News: January 2, 2003 - Headline: Australia Calls on N. Korea to Abandon Nuclear Program. Author: Phil Mercer. Excerpt: Pyongyang says it is reactivating its nuclear plant at Yongbyon to generate electricity but analysts say it is an attempt to force the United States to resume talks on normalizing relations. Washington says it will not talk until there are verifiable signs that North Korea is shutting down its nuclear efforts.Burma - News: December 9, 2004 - Headline: World News, 12/9/04. Author: Sing Bourommavong. Excerpt: President Bush has signed a law normalizing U.S. trade relations with Laos. The law is part of a 300-page bill the president signed last Friday with virtually no publicity from the White House. The bill says Lao has cooperated with the United States in battling terrorism, combating the drug trade and accounting for U.S. servicemen still missing from the Vietnam War.California - News: June 6, 2004 - Headline: 'Ronald Reagan Was a Great President,' says Gorbachev. Excerpt: Mr. Gorbachev says, despite disagreements between the two countries at the time, Mr. Reagan was a statesman, who displayed foresight and determination to meet the Soviet Union halfway. As a result, Mr. Gorbachev says, the two countries started cutting their nuclear weapons stockpiles, halting the nuclear arms race, and normalizing relations.Cambodia - News: February 11, 2003 - Headline: Thai King Urges Reconciliation with Cambodia. Author: Ron Corben. Excerpt: Mr. Sihasak at the Thai Foreign Ministry said further progress on normalizing ties now depends on Cambodia addressing Thailand's specific concerns, especially compensation for the damage.China - News: December 28, 2001 - Headline: China Trade Volume Expected to Hit Record High. Author: Leta Hong Fincher. Excerpt: News of China's trade performance comes as President Bush formally extended permanent normal trade status to China. Mr. Bush called the move a final step in normalizing U.S. China trade relations. China became a member of the World Trade Organization this month. Under WTO rules, China will open its market further to U.S. goods and services.China - News: April 13, 2006 - Headline: China World Buddhist Forum Excludes Dalai Lama. Author: Luis Ramirez. Excerpt: Negotiations have been under way recently between China and the Vatican as both sides try to reach an agreement on the appointing of bishops - a key obstacle that has prevented Beijing from normalizing relations with the Holy See.

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