new normal


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new normal

A previously unusual occurrence that has become commonplace. High unemployment rates have become the new normal due to the country's economic strife. Coming home to an empty house is the new normal now that the kids have gone off to college.
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Mr Green notes: "Looking at its performance this year, I believe that the new normal bottom price for Bitcoin is $10,000.
"If you are wondering what is going on, please understand, this is the new normal," he said in another tweet.
Yet, a new normal took root anyway: all Pakistanis were equal and free in name, but unequal and un-free in reality.
The WHO's Dr Michael Ryan said: "This is a new normal. I don't expect the frequency of these events to reduce."
So depending too much on technology is affecting our mental and physical abilities and we are considering it as an evolution and hence the new normal.
'This cannot, and must not be the new normal; when Filipinos, young and old, rich and poor, are gunned down in cold blood as a matter of course, and where none of us can feel safe.
Martial law can't be new normal' in Mindanao, says Escudero !-- -- Gaea Katreena Cabico (philstar.com) - December 12, 2018 - 12:57pm MANILA, Philippines Sen.
Senator Francis "Chiz" Escudero on Wednesday said martial law declaration should not be "the new normal."
Summary: The advent of cloud as the 'new normal' in the industry has leveled the playing field for players of all sizes, writes Vinod Krishnan, Head of Commercial Sector, Middle East and North Africa at Amazon Web Services
Across much of media lately, the phrase "new normal" keeps cropping up to describe what is, in fact, not normal, as most sane adults have understood its meaning.
"This is the new normal, if you look across the country," Youngblood said, describing the incident as a mass shooting.
The current shift underway to cloud as the "new normal" for technology deployments for financial applications is levelling the playing field for financial services organisations of all sizes as they rush to meet the challenges and opportunities that exist in the market today.
In today's world of rapid innovation, change is the new normal
For example, although most loss-free Florida property accounts were flat, some saw rate declines of up to -7.5 percent, as competition for this business was heightened, and non-traditional players offered layers with reinstatements, said the report titled "(https://www.willistowerswatson.com/en/insights/2018/07/willis-re-1st-view-july-2018-new-normal-emerges) Willis Re 1st View, New Normal Emerges, July 1, 2018."