Definition of Subnormals

1. Noun. (plural of subnormal) ¹



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Definition of Subnormals

1. subnormal [n] - See also: subnormal

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Subnormals

subnetworking
subnetworks
subniche
subniches
subnitrate
subnitrates
subnitride
subnivean
subnodal
subnode
subnodes
subnormal
subnormalities
subnormality
subnormally
subnormals (current term)
subnotebook
subnotebooks
subnotochordal
subnuclear
subnuclei
subnucleus
subnucleuses
subnuvolar
subobject
subobjects
subobscurely
subobtuse
suboccipital
subocean

Literary usage of Subnormals

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1. The Development of Intelligence in Children: (the Binet-Simon Scale) by Alfred Binet (1916)
"... INTELLECTUAL LEVEL OF subnormals L'Année Psychologique, 1905, Vol. XII, pp. 191-244 Before explaining these methods let us recall exactly the conditions ..."

2. Plane and Solid Analytic Geometry: An Elementary Textbook by Charles Hamilton Ashton (1900)
"... and subnormals. —» The projections on the Jf-axis of those parts of the tangent and normal included between the point of contact and the . ..."

3. An Elementary Treatise on the Differential Calculus Founded on the Method of by John Minot Rice, William Woolsey Johnson (1880)
"... and subnormals. (64. Denoting by j the length of the arc measured from some fixed point, -r denotes the velocity of P, the generating point of the curve ..."

4. An Elementary Treatise on the Differential Calculus Founded on the Method of by John Minot Rice, William Woolsey Johnson (1888)
"... and subnormals.. Denoting by s the length of the arc measured from some fixed point, -,- denotes the velocity of P, the generating point of the curve ..."

5. First Principles of the Differential and Integral Calculus, Or, The by Etienne Bézout (1824)
"... Tangents, subnormals, fyc. of Curved Lines. •f jg. l. 29. To draw a tangent to any curve line AM (fig. 1), we conceive this curve to be a polygon of an ..."

6. Brief Course in Analytic Geometry by John Henry Tanner, Joseph Allen (1911)
"... and subnormals. The tangent and normal lines of any curve extend indefinitely in both directions; it is, however, convenient to consider as the length ..."

7. Brief Course in Analytic Geometry by John Henry Tanner, Joseph Allen (1911)
"... and subnormals. The tangent and normal lines of any curve extend indefinitely in both directions; it is, however, convenient to consider as ..."

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