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  • One modern example of this can be found in real estate.
  • Early computer-music programs typically did not run in real time.
  • Later it was shown that in that case they can be any non-negative real numbers.
  • Every real number has a unique location on the line.
  • B-Real also did some of the voices of the people in the game.
  • In real-world use, points are fairly difficult to set up.
  • However, no real evidence has been found for this.
  • This in turn leads the person to believe the dream is real.
  • At the time, that was the highest price paid for a single structure in real-estate history.
  • It is while sitting in the back seat together that they first kiss for real.
  • Let be the base and x a non-negative real number.
  • As the class structure in America changed, so did measures of real wealth.
  • The set R of real numbers does form a field.
  • Another approach is to identify all real sources for real forces and account for them.
  • However, in general, he had no real political power.
  • The object of study is the real numbers.
  • This significantly reduced the number of channels available at each site in real-world systems.
  • All of these are states of lacking and have no real existence.
  • He would later go on to invest in a number of real estate holding companies.
  • Union forces paid in real money and found ready sellers in the South.
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Meaning of real

  • noun The basic unit of money in brazil; equal to 100 centavos
  • noun An old small silver spanish coin
  • adjective Being or occurring in fact or actuality; having verified existence; not illusory; not ghosts"
    real objects, real people, a film based on real life, a real illness, real humility, Life is real! Life is earnest!"- Longfellow
  • adjective No less than what is stated; worthy of the name
    the real reason, real war, a real friend, a real woman, meat and potatoes--I call that a real meal, it's time he had a real job, it's no penny-ante job--he's making real money
  • adjective Of, relating to, or representing an amount that is corrected for inflation
    real prices, real income, real wages