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He didn’t like anything to interrupt his normal daily routine.
You can telephone during normal working hours.
Temperatures are higher than normal.
You may feel sick after the treatment, but this is perfectly normal.
Under normal circumstances, candidates are interviewed by the head of the department.
In those days, it was normal practice to treat the disease at home.
Life is beginning to get back to normal after the fire.
It could take two weeks for your health to return to normal.
It’s normal to be nervous before an interview.
It was fairly normal for people to have large families then.
He’s no hero – just a normal human being.
She’s a perfectly normal messy child!