**Norm** - "cheers" regular

##### Word by letter:

**Norm**- Letter on N- 1 - st. word
**N** - 2 - st. word
**O** - 3 - st. word
**R** - 4 - st. word
**M**

**All questions by word:**

**Norm**- Math calculation

**Norm**- Group standard

**Norm**- Benchmark

**Norm**- 100, i.q.-wise

**Norm**- Vera's tv husband

**Norm**- 'cheers' regular

**Norm**- Standard

**Norm**- Convention

**Norm**- Common 'cheers' shout

**Norm**- Vera's husband on "cheers"

**Norm**- "cheers" character

**Norm**- Statistician's calculation

**Norm**- What is expected

**Norm**- Average

**Norm**- It's not out of the ordinary

**Norm**- Average guy?

**Norm**- Par for the course

**Norm**- 100 for an i.q

**Norm**- Bell curve peak

**Norm**- Regular at "cheers"

**Norm**- Test standard

**Norm**- Typical amount

**Norm**- What's expected

**Norm**- 100, iq-wise

**Norm**- Expected result

**Norm**- "cheers" barfly

**Norm**- "cheers" regular

**Norm**- Testing standard

**Norm**- Name for an average guy?

**Norm**- Model

**Norm**- Usual

**Norm**- 100, iq-wise (with "the")

**Norm**- Bethune, to his friends

**Norm**- Cliff's sidekick on "cheers"

**Norm**- Cliff's "cheers" cohort

**Norm**- It's typical

**Norm**- General level

**Norm**- 'cheers' character

**Norm**- Par

**Norm**- Standard level

**Norm**- George's role on "cheers"

**Norm**- Social standard

**Norm**- Comparison figure

**Norm**- Sitcom barfly

**Norm**- "cheers" exclamation

**Norm**- The usual

**Norm**- Rule

**Norm**- Cliff clavin's pal

**Norm**- Avg

**Norm**- Regular at sam's

**Norm**- "cheers" role

**Norm**- "cheers" accountant

**Norm**- "cheers" habitue

**Norm**- 'cheers' barfly

**Norm**- Sociology study

**Norm**- General average

**Norm**- Brew fancier on "cheers"

**Norm**- Having two or three kids in a family, nowadays

**Norm**- General standard

**Norm**- Statistical measure

**Norm**- Only patron on 'cheers' to appear in all 275 episodes

**Norm**- Bar patron who appears in every "cheers" episode

**Norm**- 'cheers' habitué

**Norm**- 'cheers' habitu

**Norm**- 'cheers' customer

**Norm**- 'cheers' exclamation

**Norm**- As usual, the magistrate was missing

**Norm**- As usual there's nobody on the bench

**Norm**- As usual, nobody on the bench

**Norm**- As is par for the course, the magistrate is absent

**Norm**- The magistrate is missing, it seems, but that's par for the course

**Norm**- It's the usual thing, mister, to get up on this

**Norm**- There isn't a mister back to give 13 across a start, as usual

**Norm**- Mister on the turn-up, as is usual

**Norm**- It's usual to have a bit more for her

**Norm**- Rule, standard, pattern

**Norm**- As usual without a beak

**Norm**- It's par for the course not to have anyone on the bench

**Norm**- It's usual this

**Norm**- Standard, usual

**Norm**- Standard, criterion

**Norm**- 'standard, usual (4)'

**Norm**- Typical, usual

**Norm**- It's neither unusual nor grand, either

**Norm**- As usual the magistrate is missing

**Norm**- Neither unusual nor grand

**Norm**- Standard considered to be representative

**Norm**- Standard amount or customary behaviour

**Norm**- As usual, it's mister upon the back

**Norm**- As usual it's absent mister back there

**Norm**- As usual, no-one on the bench

**Norm**- Not unusual and not grand, either

**Norm**- Nobody on the bench, as usual

**Norm**- It's not unusual, not is it grand

**Norm**- As usual the bench is unoccupied

**Norm**- No, mister, back up here it's the usual thing

**Norm**- Mister on the turn as usual

**Norm**- And not a thousand, either, as usual

**Norm**- There's nobody on the bench, as usual

**Norm**- That's neither unusual nor grand

**Norm**- 'by the sound of it, missed 'er on the turn, as usual (4)'

**Norm**- 'on the contrary, mister, back there it's the usual thing (4)'

**Norm**- 'mr, on the turn, as usual (4)'

**Norm**- Abram of 'this old house'

**Norm**- What's typical

**Norm**- There's no room that's standard

**Norm**- Cliff's pal on "cheers"

**Norm**- Expected standard

**Norm**- No room for a standard

**Norm**- Mean? no, jolly!

**Norm**- Average level of achievement

**Norm**- Average level of performance

**Norm**- Required standard

**Norm**- Accepted standard

**Norm**- 'cheers' shout

**Norm**- "cheers" stoolie?

**Norm**- Typical pattern

**Norm**- Societal standard

**Norm**- Standard, typical

**Norm**- Expected outcome

**Norm**- The usual: warm lager, no question - 25!

**Norm**- It's not unusual in short morning break

**Norm**- No resident magistrate is standard

**Norm**- John at a piano

**Norm**- "cheers" cheer

**Norm**- Average amount

**Norm**- Usual figure

**Norm**- Unsurprising outcome

**Norm**- Shout-out heard at cheers

**Norm**- An i.q. of about 100, e.g

**Norm**- It's what's to be expected

**Norm**- Standard level of performance

**Norm**- Familiar pattern

**Norm**- Male model?

**Norm**- George wendt's 'cheers' role

**Norm**- No need for alarm going in and out, as it's always this way

**Norm**- What is conventional, regular

**Norm**- Standard from opera finally cut

**Norm**- Standard example of opera, with ending drawn out

**Norm**- Standard style of architecture lacks a name

**Norm**- 'service not included' is the usual thing

**Norm**- Acceptable standard

**Norm**- Standard choice between central characters

**Norm**- O'neill, ex-test batsman

**Norm**- Usual standard

**Norm**- Standard contribution to sun or mirror

**Norm**- The usual - selection from gin or martini

**Norm**- The usual standard

**Norm**- Bacterium, virus, etc

**Norm**- Usual standard of opera finally falling

**Norm**- Standard opening of novel of rose macaulay

**Norm**- Standard answer to first question of catechism

**Norm**- Usual or standard thing

**Norm**- The usual thing

**Norm**- Drawing stick

**Norm**- Standard agatha christie novel?

**Norm**- Standard lack of service?

**Norm**- Christie novel title that, without spaces, is a man's name

**Norm**- "cheers" patron

**Norm**- The average pole or frenchman?

**Norm**- Naming him is mean

**Norm**- Not the average joe!

**Norm**- Average in latin or maths

**Norm**- Usual behaviour from women or men

**Norm**- Average level

**Norm**- He's a medium

**Norm**- Not a jolly type

**Norm**- The usual tom dick or harry, he's not

**Norm**- Short man of acceptable standard

**Norm**- Usual amount and not a large number

**Norm**- An acceptable standard - and not married!

**Norm**- Average man

**Norm**- The average minor perhaps has no one

**Norm**- No jolly type

**Norm**- Standard feature of saturn or mars

**Norm**- Choice of letters is standard

**Norm**- Average achievement from women or men

**Norm**- Standard number or millions

**Norm**- Standard choice between centrally placed characters

**Norm**- England invader lacking an accepted standard

**Norm**- Typical standard

**Norm**- Described by median or mean?

**Norm**- Standard maiden over following no runs

**Norm**- Standard selection of women or men

**Norm**- It's to be expected

**Norm**- "cheers" shout

**Norm**- Average guy's name?

**Norm**- It's standard

**Norm**- Typical pattern or situation

**Norm**- Refusal by jolly folk is what you'd expect

**Norm**- "cheers" beer-guzzler

**Norm**- What par isn't for most golfers

**Norm**- Standard of measurement

**Norm**- George on "cheers"

**Norm**- Usual thing

**Norm**- Typical value

**Norm**- Expected amount

**Norm**- No gin in the morning - that goes without saying!

**Norm**- Average man?

**Norm**- It's no surprise

**Norm**- Big beer lover on 'cheers'

**Norm**- Standard kept by man or machine?

**Norm**- Most frequent state

**Norm**- It's so typical

**Norm**- Social convention

**Norm**- Pattern in agatha christie novel

**Norm**- Rule; average

**Norm**- Standard choice of starters on naff menu

**Norm**- What's usual

**Norm**- Heavy beer drinker on "cheers"

**Norm**- Conventional pattern

**Norm**- What you can expect

**Norm**- Regular "cheers" patron

**Norm**- Standard choice of letters from the middle of the alphabet

**Norm**- It's never out of the ordinary

**Norm**- How carmen is shown to be heartless, as usual

**Norm**- Name of parisian embracing right standard

**Norm**- Standard offer of a choice of ends for nottingham

**Norm**- Good name for an average guy

**Norm**- Standard leads - naturally occurring radioactive materials

**Norm**- No marines achieving the accepted standard

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