# normal space

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## normal space

[′nȯr·məl ′spās]
(mathematics)
A topological space in which any two disjoint closed sets may be covered respectively by two disjoint open sets.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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"3) If you have children in your car, there are two adults, or maybe more and only one adult needs to get out of the car...you can park in a normal space! If the children aren't getting out of the car- you don't need to take up a space for a struggling parent who has to get children in and out of car seats!"
One message of this special issue is how, well, normal space exploration has become since Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin landed on the moon almost exactly 50 years ago.
One mum said she used them when she was pregnant with her first child: "If I parked in a normal space, some idiot would always park so close to my car that I struggled to get back in."
"The normal space between the rows in a shipping container is about 18-20 inches.
If u park a 4x4 in a normal space, chances are u and the car next to u aint opening the doors.
In order to mark the watermark bits, the pseudospace (ZWNJ) is employed to embed before and after normal space depending on the character which can be pointed or unpointed.
In some ways, they exist outside normal space and time.
This is in contrast to the first-order reliability method (FORM) which linearizes the limit state function in the standard normal space. Also, since FOSA does not transform the limit state from the original space to the standard normal space, it is expected to be more accurate than FORM in which the accuracy may be reduced when the transformation increases the nonlinearity of the limit state function.
That's why our new modelling method uses a 4-D approach-taking into account the three normal space axes, plus time, to coordinate the traffic phasing with the demolition and construction of the old and new segments, respectively, he said.
The algorithm generates a model to describe the normal space. Due to the mobility of nodes in MANETs, network topology is constantly changing and so the normal behavior of network changes.
I have always used a normal space if there was only one disabled bay free and I had a blue badge.

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