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* HelloNurse: Dr. Heinrich, according to the security guard, Mr. Nyst. [[spoiler: It's Natasha.]]

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* HospitalHottie: Dr. Heinrich, according to the security guard, Mr. Nyst. [[spoiler: It's Natasha.]]

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''[[ Definition of a Human]]'' by [=Moonrose91=] is fanfic series set in a Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse AlternateUniverse (though the Author categorized it under ''Film/{{The Avengers|2012}}'' at first) first published on July 27, 2012 on Archive of Our Own.

The series revolves around the Avengers and how they adjust to having a possibly brainwashed teen around. It is, entirely, Fury's fault that she's there.

!!''Definition of a Human'' provides examples of:

* ActionGirl: Natasha Romanov. [[spoiler:Maggie when her conditioning is activated.]]
* AdultFear: In the first chapter of the eighth installment, [[spoiler:Maggie is kidnapped.]]
* AlternateUniverseFic
* ArcNumber: Maggie's serial, which is made up of numbers and letters, is brought up a few times and is even used as the series description. Maggie's first name comes from the AGM acronym in the serial.
* CentralTheme: Most of the stories revolve around what it means to be human, and all that it entails.
* CrocodileTears: [[spoiler:How Natasha gets into the labs.]]
* CryIntoChest: Dr. Heinrich does this to Mr. Nyst the security guard of the lab when she loses her card to get in.
* DeadlyNosebleed: Subverted. While the second part is filled with nosebleeds and people getting vertigo, it is cured with removing them from the range of the cause.
* {{Determinator}}: [[spoiler:When Maggie's conditioning is activated, she becomes this.]]
* FixFic: Technically. WordOfGod says that they started writing it before the movie and just didn't feel like editing everything for that thing that Joss did.
* GoingColdTurkey: In the eighth installment, [[spoiler:Maggie was forced to be addicted to a drug created by AIM and/or Hydra]]. The ninth installment revolves around this with a vague timeline involved.
* HelloNurse: Dr. Heinrich, according to the security guard, Mr. Nyst. [[spoiler: It's Natasha.]]
* HappilyAdopted: More or less by the third part [[spoiler: Maggie is adopted by Agent Phil Coulson and Clint Barton.]]
* HappilyMarried: [[spoiler: Agent Phil Coulson and Clint Barton]]. More or less.
* KillerRabbit: The giant robotic bunnies in the second part.
* NiceJobFixingItVillain: In the eighth installment. It is revealed that [[spoiler: Maggie has conditioning. She goes {{Determinator}} mode when her home is threatened]]. However, [[spoiler: Maggie]] doesn't consider a ''place'' home.
* NoSocialSkills: [[spoiler: Maggie]], at first.
* OhCrap: In the eighth installment [[spoiler: when Maggie's conditioning activates]].
* PeopleJars: Natasha, while undercover in the first part of the series, discovers a lab filled with them.
* SchmuckBait: The item that is like a black Rubix's cube that Tony takes out of the giant robotic bunny.
* SensoryOverload: [[spoiler: Maggie]] gets knocked out do to auditory resonance.
* ShoutOut:
** To ''Film/TheLeagueOfExtraordinaryGentlemen'' with [[spoiler:Bruce Banner/the Hulk]] in the second part.
** Also, Maggie's last name, Yarnell is a ShoutOut to the Mime Duo, Shields and Yarnell.
* SonicStunner: The item Tony retrieves from a giant robotic bunny in the second part.
* SuperSenses: At the end of the second part and in the beginning of the third part it is revealed that [[spoiler: Maggie has enhanced hearing]]. Also [[spoiler: the Other Guy, aka the Hulk, and Bruce Banner]] can hear very high pitches.
* TeenGenius: Maggie. She is very adept at math, especially angles, and grasps new concepts easily.
* TriggerPhrase: The eighth installment reveals that [[spoiler:yes, Maggie has conditioning. Her conditioning is activated when her "home" is threatened.]]

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