normal reaction

normal reaction

[′nȯr·məl rē′ak·shən]
(mechanics)
The force exerted by a surface on an object in contact with it which prevents the object from passing through the surface; the force is perpendicular to the surface, and is the only force that the surface exerts on the object in the absence of frictional forces.
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It's a normal reaction when you disturb the status quo, but give us a chance to prove our philosophy,' he said on Friday in a small chat with reporters at Azure Residences in Bicutan.
Seeing you grieving will validate the child's own feelings and show them that what they are experiencing is a normal reaction to a very difficult situation.
It's a normal reaction to life pressure; depression is a mental health disorder and early signs include low mood, early morning awakening, (typically three hours before usual time) and reduced appetite.
They can run away or scream, which is a normal reaction for a child who is scared but may be confusing for a dog.
It's just a normal reaction when you win a big game of football.
A Many people worry that cancer will come back and that's a normal reaction.
On a similar note, Sami Abu-Zuhri, spokesman of the Palestinian Islamic Resistance Movement (HAMAS), said the stabbing attack was a normal reaction to the crimes of the Israeli occupation forces against the Palestinian people.
If, as I suspect, the browning is normal reaction to the winter weather, greening will return with spring rains and warmer weather.
That's a normal reaction because they need a win after a disappointing result.
This is just the normal reaction to Israel's terror campaigns," he said.
Palestinian Resistance parties in Gaza today said that the Jerusalem attack was a normal reaction to the Zionist crimes against Palestinians, especially in Jerusalem.
Getting in touch with an old flame is a pretty normal reaction to being cheated on and hurt.