normal family


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normal family

[′nȯr·məl ′fam·lē]
(mathematics)
A family of complex functions analytic in a common domain where every sequence of these functions has a subsequence converging uniformly on compact subsets of the domain to an analytic function on the domain or to +∞.
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Major General Mohammed Ahmed bin Ghanem Al Kaabi, Commander-in-Chief of Fujairah Police, extended his thanks and appreciation to the Fujairah Ruler, expressing his hope that this fresh start will give the pardoned prisoners a chance to get back to normal family life.
Told in an unusual three-part structure, "A Nearly Normal Family" asks the questions: How well do you know your own children?
He added: "They're just a normal family in extraordinary circumstances."
What a shame they won't be able to hear the Queen on the telly telling them how she's a mother of a normal family just like theirs, and we're all in this together.
Portsmouth crown court heard the abuse has meant his victims have since struggled to have normal family lives.
The film portrays the Chhaupadi tradition in Nepal which prohibits Hindu women and girls from taking part in normal family activities while menstruating since it is considered "impure".
"Kate Middleton comes from a relatively normal family, and this will be to George's benefit.
I do know that the writers really loved the original and tried to write to the spirit of it which is about this normal family in these extraordinary circumstances.
"You appeared to be a normal family man, a gun enthusiast with a particular interest in attending Wild West conventions and fairs."
Solicitor Samantha Spain, who is also vice-president of Huddersfield and Dewsbury Law Society, said: "It is an absolute privilege to be able to give something back to our clients, who have been through some of the most difficult experiences imaginable but are trying to have a normal family life."
'Like a normal family, there will always be problems.