renormalization

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re·nor·mal·ize

 (rē-nôr′mə-līz′)
tr.v. re·nor·mal·ized, re·nor·mal·iz·ing, re·nor·mal·iz·es
To bring into a normal or more normal state once again.

re·nor′mal·i·za′tion (-mə-lĭ-zā′shən) n.
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renormalization

(ˌriːnɔːməlaɪˈzeɪʃən) or

renormalisation

n
formal the action or process of normalizing or causing to conform to a norm or normal state again
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Radwan intends to examine the function of sleep of renormalising the synapses in modulating the brain capacity to adapt to stress.
Or that lingering weaknesses will only become evident once the major central banks move further along in renormalising their policy stances.
The Welsh Government wants to ban the use of e-cigarettes in enclosed public and work places under the Public Health Bill, with Health Minister Mark Drakeford arguing that it would prevent the renormalising of smoking and would assist in the enforcement of already existing smoke-reforms.
The Welsh Government said it wants to bring the devices in line with existing smoking laws, with Health Minister Mark Drakeford describing them as a "gateway" to deadly tobacco that risks "renormalising smoking".