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abnormality

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishabnormalityab‧nor‧mal‧i‧ty /ˌæbnɔːˈmæləti $ -nər-/ ●○○ noun (plural abnormalities) [countable, uncountable]  NORMALan abnormal feature, especially something that is wrong with part of someone’s body tests that can detect genetic abnormalities in the foetus
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abnormalityDyslexia may be caused by a brain abnormality involving the sense of sight.But this sense of isolation and estrangement was easy enough to understand, and certainly indicated no abnormality.There is no clear correlation between the number of injections and the degree of abnormality recorded.Intuitive judgements of the kind listed above are undoubtedly more informative than gross judgements of abnormality.The defence have said medical evidence gleaned from tests on Mr Harris' brain shows he suffers from a rare abnormality.It is a terrible abnormality that I am determined to correct.
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