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subnormal

having a low intelligence, esp having an IQ of less than 70

subnormal

[səb′nȯr·məl]
(mathematics)
For a given point on a plane curve, the projection on the x axis of a rectangular coordinate system of the segment of the normal between the given point and the intersection of the normal with the x axis.
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Two men with diabetes had subnormal free and total testosterone concentrations.
Since, subnormal GFR was observed in most of study population (73%) and among children with subnormal GFR, majority (47.36%) were falling in GFR between 30-59 ml/min/1.73.2
The median value of hospital charges for patients with a BAC above normal limits was $178.44 ($14.94-14143), while it was $84.69 ($12.34-28642) for patients with a normal or subnormal BAC.
They also highlight that access to the public sewerage networks has been growing, but is still insufficient, especially in areas of subnormal habitations, according to Emplasa (7,8) and the Cities Ministry (9).
We sought to extend characterization of adults with selective subnormal IgG1.
"I was labelled ESN - educationally subnormal - by the nuns."
haemoglobinuria, subnormal rectal temperature, constipation, pale conjunctiva and mucous membrane of vulva and straining during defecation.
Grandinetti is a fourth grade teacher for the Niagara Falls School District, a district populated predominantly by low-income people, many of whom are developmentally disabled (what Sanger meant by "subnormal children" or "weeds").
Because the percentage of participants who have subnormal leukocyte counts is generally less than 8% among the general population, these studies cannot accurately evaluate the relationship between subnormal leukocyte counts and MS among an apparently healthy population.