abnormalcy

NOUN
  1. an abnormal physical condition resulting from defective genes or developmental deficiencies
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How To Use abnormalcy In A Sentence

  • And that starts with introducing the mass of Canadian voters to human rights commissions, and introducing them in a manner that demonstrates the abnormalcy of these commissions -- how they fly in the face of our instinctive Canadian notions of justice, fair play, freedoms, pluralism, etc. Ezra Levant: May 2008 Archives
  • Until 2003, scientists knew that the principal distinction between the “normalcy” of a cell and the “abnormalcy” of a cancer cell lay in the accumulation of genetic mutations—ras, myc, Rb, neu, and so forth—that unleashed the hallmark behaviors of cancer cells. The Emperor of All Maladies
  • One of my concerns, echoing those of Duster, is the manner in which external traits previously linked to race might now become microscopic objects of distrust and abnormalcy.
  • But you can usually see reasons for their gender-identity abnormalcy in early environmental influences, either in home or out-of-home influences. The Volokh Conspiracy » Criminal Charges Against Anti-Homosexuality Street Preacher Dropped in England
  • A prolonged abnormalcy in Japan will certainly affect the material supplies in the Philippine electronics industry," said Ernie Santiago , president of the Semiconductor and Electronics Industries in the Philippines. Worries Rise Over Disrupted Supplies
  • I thought her use of the phrase "pre-crime" to describe the "likely to expose a person or persons to hatred" wording of section 13 of the Canadian Human Rights Act was brilliant -- it showed the abnormalcy of criminalizing something that might or might not happen in the future. Do we need a "war council" to fight the HRCs? - Ezra Levant
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