abnormality : Definition, Usages, News and More

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abnormality

ab nawr ma luh tee

  • n  an abnormal physical condition resulting from defective genes or developmental deficiencies
  • n  retardation sufficient to fall outside the normal range of intelligence
  • n  marked strangeness as a consequence of being abnormal
  • n  behavior that breaches the rule or etiquette or custom or morality

  • In 2006 and 2007, her daughter, now 5, had two additional CT scans, 6 months apart, for what doctors initially thought was a growth abnormality.
  • He had a genetic abnormality, and that abnormality could have resulted in mental retardation and it also the chances were more likely that you wouldn't have necessarily known .
  • Between her physical exam, scans and X-rays, I was unable to find any abnormality other than nonreproduceable joint stiffness (they moved well except while I examined them) and .
News & Articles

  • Mom: Happy noises get New Bedford girl tossed
    NEW BEDFORD, Mass. — A New Bedford mom says she and her 5-year-old developmentally disabled daughter were thrown out of a Providence, R.I., theater during a performance of "Beauty and the Beast" because the little girl was making giggling and humming noises she makes when she's happy. Samantha Torres says her daughter, Nadia, suffers from a chromosome abnormality and can't speak.
    June 18, 2013 - Boston Herald
Quotes

  • Ben Howland in SportingNews.com
    Howland said the junior forward would play Thursday "barring any unforeseen abnormality on the MRI."
  • Tony Blair in BBC News
    But that is normal politics in a normal society: it is what Tony Blair called "a small ambition to anyone who has not lived through the abnormality of a society living on the edge".
  • Jiri Fischer in ESPN
    I wasn't scared about the abnormality,Fischer said at the time. "But I was scared about not playing hockey again. That was a shock for me."

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