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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On Wednesday, the 35-year-old Italian, who is actually a teacher of computer science, will use a normal cycle to climb the 1,200 steps of the Burj Al Arab at 8.
This mask will enable them to shift their normal cycle to ensure that they are alert when needed," said Vanessa Burns, CEO of LumosTech.
Eric Daniels, Chief Medical Officer of Kerastem, "Fat and fat derived stem cells are becoming increasingly recognized as a vital participant in the normal cycle of hair growth.
She recommends asking yourself the following questions to decide if your symptoms point to a normal cycle of pushing yourself or post-show letdown, or if they indicate a more extreme situation:
Salam also lamented the fact that Lebanon has been without a head of state since May 2014 and that Parliament won't be able to legislate after the normal cycle ends in four days.
DB plan funding surpluses and deficits occur as part of the normal cycle of investment market returns.
Written by Rachel Nuwer, "Forests Around Chernobyl Aren't Decaying Properly" cites recent field studies in which the normal cycle of dead vegetation rotting into the soil has been disrupted by the exploded reactor's radioactive fallout.
When you stimulate ovulation, you harvest 10-fold as many oocytes than occur with a normal cycle, and the woman's estrogen and progesterone levels are very high.
One of the best things Government can do for businesses is to reverse that decision and carry out the revaluations in 2015, as per the normal cycle.
The experimental group was then moved back onto a normal cycle for one, two or four weeks before they were tested.
He walks with a limp, but obviously cannot ride a normal cycle.