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1. If relations between Hanoi and Washington begin to normalise, anything is possible.
2. Brazil normalised its diplomatic relations with South Africa in recognition of the steps taken to end apartheid.
3. Gas compositions are normalised to exclude hydrogen sulphide because of poor analytical reproducibility for this gas.
4. Fig. 3.27 Third normal form Relations are normalised because unnormalised relations prove difficult to use.
5. Both sets of data have been normalised such that the lowest value is equal to 1.
6. Two separate operations are needed to normalise this sentence, one involving closed set items: 8a.
7. Belinda Dalton, director of eating disorders clinic The Oak House, said eating with family helped "normalise" young people's relationship with food.
8. It has long wanted to "normalise" monetary policy, raising rates to somewhere near 2.5-3%, but darkening economic clouds abroad and at home keep conspiring to prevent that.
9. This, in turn, may normalise the sexual abuse of children.
10. It was rumoured that the marriage was an attempt to normalise his image.
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11. Aside from fostering fiscal soundness, an exit will help money markets normalise.
12. A chunk of mark-to-market losses reflect illiquidity discounts on fairly high-quality bonds, which could unwind if markets normalise.
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