normal cycle

normal cycle

[′nȯr·məl ′sī·kəl]
(geology)
A cycle of erosion whereby a region is reduced to base level by running water, especially by the action of rivers. Also known as fluvial cycle of erosion.
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Any decisions on future funding of transport infrastructure will be informed by the outcomes of STPR2 and through the normal cycle of government spending reviews."
"Any decisions on future funding of strategic transport infrastructure in Scotland will be informed by the outcomes of STPR2 and through the normal cycle of government spending reviews."
A 10-year analysis ( 1991-2001 ) and a 14-yer analysis ( 2005-2019 ) by George Amutete and others show the peaks in the last two months are not out of the normal cycle of bird strikes in Kenya.
We expect to seek shareholder approval for a new Directors' Remuneration Policy at our AGM in 2020 in line with the normal cycle for renewal."
Germany coach Joachim Loew said the team's demise in 2018 was unexpected but part of a normal cycle in sport and he is now focussed on what the former world champions need to do to rise again.
But it's also just the normal cycle of the drivers," Bell said talking about Alonso's departure, according to (https://www.wheels24.co.za/FormulaOne/fernando-alonso-retirement-sad-but-normal-bob-bell-20181011) Wheels 24.
Campaign consultants and analysts said that in a normal cycle, a handful of issues enter the spotlight, but voters' focus is narrower this year.
As I mentioned in an earlier column on fathers who bury their sons, the normal cycle of life is reversed.
In this way 3D Zone Wash will give 40% more cleaning power 1 compared to a full load intensive cycle or, in case of a few dishes to be cleaned, it will give 40% more energy efficiency 2 compared to a full load normal cycle.
In a normal cycle, banks restructure their exposures to adopt the financing payables to the new cash-flow realities of their clients.
Instead, we are stuck in our normal cycle of killings of minorities, crocodile tears from politicians and the media, and then business as usual.
It is an awkward and belated response to the threat of America's 'short-cycle' shale frackers, who can respond with lightning speed and are preventing the normal cycle of full recovery from taking hold.