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Synonyms for real

having verifiable existence

in agreement or correspondence with fact

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the basic unit of money in Brazil

an old small silver Spanish coin

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being or occurring in fact or actuality

no less than what is stated

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not to be taken lightly

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capable of being treated as fact

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being or reflecting the essential or genuine character of something

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of, relating to, or representing an amount that is corrected for inflation

having substance or capable of being treated as fact

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(of property) fixed or immovable

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coinciding with reality

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used as intensifiers

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But when adjusted for inflation, that represents a decrease in funding, they note.
Andrew caused about $20 billion in losses, when adjusted for inflation.
Salaries will rise 1.6 per cent on average in 2006--or 0.6 per cent when adjusted for inflation, says a UBS survey of employers in 19 industrial sectors.
These specified or "key" employees are defined as officers receiving $130,000 or more per year (adjusted for inflation), individuals who own 1 percent of the company's equity and earn $150,000 or more per year (also adjusted for inflation), and 5 percent owners.
According to one self-sufficiency calculator for Chicago, adjusted for inflation, a family with two adults and two school-aged children would need $46,692 in August to adequately cover housing, child care, taxes, food, healthcare, transportation and miscellaneous expenses.
Software will no longer be eligible for the election, the dollar limit will be $25,000 (not adjusted for inflation) and the phase-down amount will be $200,000 (not adjusted for inflation).
2003, looking at dollar value (adjusted for inflation) and tickets sold, viewers, listeners, etc.
But when presidential salaries are adjusted for inflation, it becomes clear that some Oval Office occupants enjoyed far more purchasing power than others.
A recent RAND Corporation report (www.rand.org) concludes that California's schools are under-funded, its class sizes too large, and its teacher salaries too low--32nd in the nation when adjusted for inflation.
This represents an increase in giving to the health sector of 8.2 percent over 2002 (adjusted for inflation).
But despite an upward trend beginning in 2001, the bureau's budget for educational and cultural exchanges in 2002 was 19 percent lower than in 1993 (with figures adjusted for inflation), according to a study by the Center for Arts and Culture.
Income adjusted for inflation is based on annual change in the consumer price index (CPI) from the U.S.
Generally speaking, IRC section 2503(b) allows donors an annual gift tax exclusion on the first $11,000 (the statutory $10,000 adjusted for inflation for 2003) of gifts made to each person during the year.
"The maximum loan amount has not been adjusted for inflation," said Boyle.
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