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  • He or she begins the story young, if not as an actual child.
  • A possible fact is true in some possible world, even if not in the actual world.
  • Despite these changes, there was little change to the actual political make-up of the government.
  • Sometimes, a short video will be shown before the actual film.
  • Plans for actual production of the aircraft have not been announced.
  • It is true that he is here speaking directly of actual or personal sin.
  • Since Edward was then only nine years old, he could not exercise actual power.
  • These official figures are likely to under-report actual numbers.
  • The final two of the provinces below do not have territory on the actual island.
  • Actual use will be considered the only title-not to ownership but to possession.
  • The time allowed is actual playing time; the clock is stopped while the play is not active.
  • The actual end of the empire came in several steps.
  • Although the actual design of the facility may be left to other engineers.
  • This made him the premier court composer, in practice if not in actual title.
  • Historians have not estimated what their actual population was when Union forces arrived.
  • Actual paper is expensive and used only for the most important documents, including love letters.
  • At the point where they are united into a single being, man, the being, becomes actual, or real.
  • Triple motion is also possible, but this is very rare in actual play.
  • This process continues down to the bottom layer, which is the actual list.
  • The actual site of his grave is not known.
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Meaning of actual

  • adjective Presently existing in fact and not merely potential or possible
    the predicted temperature and the actual temperature were markedly different, actual and imagined conditions