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normal series

[′nȯr·məl ′sir‚ēz]
(mathematics)
A normal series of a group G is a normal tower of subgroups of G, G0, G1, … , Gn , in which G0= G and Gn is the trivial group containing only the identity element.
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If that had happened in just a normal series it would not have got the attention it has, but because it is the World Cup it is a much bigger deal.
The telly mogul, 59, has confirmed the normal series of BGT will air along with a new series of Britain's Got Talent: The Champions.
Supernumerary teeth are additional teeth besides the normal series and can be found in any region of the dental arch (1).
"One thing for certain is that anyone can have a go at baking and it's a great way to raise money for Comic Relief - and you are guaranteed to have a lot of fun!" Anyone who has seen the previous celebrity specials - especially the edition where Johnny Vaughan failed to get grips with the oven controls, accidentally grilling his biscuits instead of baking them - will know that the standard isn't always as high as it is on the normal series.
Meanwhile, Neil Fitzmaurice, whose specialist subject was the films of Robert De Niro, recalls: "They said it wouldn't be as hard as the normal series, but I thought it was bloody hard!
And fans needn't worry - the normal series may be over for another year, but Celebrity Big Brother returns early next week.
Supernumerary tooth is one that is additional to the normal series and can be found in almost any region of the dental arch.1 Supernumerary teeth can be single or multiple, occurring unilaterally or bilaterally in both the jaws, accompanied by a syndrome.
Jacob Bynum and his crew took them through the normal series of events.
Written by a young author, the short and simple books in the My New Normal series boast a third- to fourth-grade readability level.
Any of those accomplishments would be enough to highlight any normal Series, to move any of those players to the next level of stardom.
Strictly Come Dancing Christmas Special 2011 (BBC1, 8pm) Following on from last year's Christmas special, which saw John Barrowman triumph over MP Vince Cable and June 'Dot Branning' Brown, this year's festive offering of Strictly will once again feature famous faces who quite fancied taking a spin around the ballroom, but couldn't commit to the three long months of training, tears and fake tans required for the normal series. As we've come to expect, it's an eclectic line-up, which sees boxer Barry McGuigan dancing with Erin Boag, and Blue's Simon Webbe teaming up with professional partner Katya Virshilas.
"I like X Factor and I might watch the new Celebrity Big Brother - that's more fun than the normal series. "As for taking part, the worst thing is just to play along and not do anything different.