normal effort

normal effort

[′nȯr·məl ′ef·ərt]
(industrial engineering)
The effort expended by the average operator in performing manual work with average skill and application.
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Weller made a judgment call that Rios, with normal effort, could have made a routine catch.
A HMMWV steering wheel that turns from left to right with normal or slightly more than normal effort as the vehicle sits stationary is usually good to go.
First-timers should start out at your normal effort level.
Had the police put forth a normal effort attached to any type of search warrant, I'm convinced there would have been no attack on Columbine,'' said Brian Rohrbough, father of murdered student Daniel Rohrbough.
Both sirloins, however, were fatty, had some grizzle and took more than normal effort to chew.
The coach said it all "reached a crossroads" in January when the coach met again with McAndrews and the two discussed whether it was worth another effort at rehabilitation on a wrist that didn't even allow normal efforts in the weight room.
The wet snowy conditions in the winter also limited normal efforts to perform tillage of farm fields.
As such, we will continue our normal efforts on certain Boeing products, as well as products for new customers including Airbus, Cessna, Gulfstream, Rolls Royce, Hawker Beechcraft and Sikorsky.
We dug deep, to the bottom of our hearts, and went beyond our normal efforts to win it this year," he said.
The court rejected the plaintiff's contention that if a negligent actor is liable for another's bodily injury, he is also subject to liability for any additional harm resulting from normal efforts of third persons rendering aid which the other's injury reasonably requires, irrespective of whether such acts are done in a negligent manner.
Instead, the company said the consolidation was part of normal efforts to streamline customer service.
the Bureau will be attempting to hire 1,500 temporary employees to conduct the census using normal efforts supplemented by sampling.