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After a tumultuous year behind us, 2021 may feel like it holds promise for respite — perhaps, for some, even a return to some version of normalcy.
Foreign diplomats in Washington quietly welcomed the speech as a return to normalcy.
For many, it symbolizes safety, freedom, a return to normalcy, seeing friends, visiting, family and travel.
The College Board’s update on AP testing procedures, disclosed Thursday, seeks to bring the program at least a step toward normalcy even though basic operating conditions at schools across the country remain wildly uneven.
Amtrak is joining a growing list of companies offering cash or other incentives to essential workers as distribution of vaccines expands across the country and is hailed as a way to restore normalcy.
As a new year begins and we regain some of the normalcy we lost in 2020, brands must not waste the opportunity to forge even deeper relationships with new and existing customers.
The past year has seen the world struggle to return to some semblance of normalcy as public events, group gatherings, and even dining have been restricted or shut down entirely.
It was a plea for normalcy from both the Marine Corps musician and the country superstar who invited the crowd to join him for the last verse.
THE HEALING POWER OF GARTH BROOKSPHILIP ELLIOTTJANUARY 21, 2021TIME
A force to vent, a force to call for change, a force to find normalcy, a force for finding connection, more than ever, memes became a shared language that bridged gaps during lockdown, but also widened partisan splits.
THE MOST IMPACTFUL MEMES OF 2020PETER ALLEN CLARKJANUARY 21, 2021TIME
But, he added, those who got their shots have “taken a step to get us all closer to that light at the end of the tunnel and getting back to some sense of normalcy.”

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