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Synonyms for real

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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The average paycheck, adjusted for inflation, is no bigger today than it was more than 20 years ago.
Business capital spending, adjusted for inflation, appears to have turned up after a decline in the fourth quarter, reflecting a pickup in expenditures on motor vehicles and aircraft.
1 percent of all taxpayers), adjusted for inflation, were no longer eligible for homeowner tax breaks, the federal government would net an additional $11.
2032A(a)(2) and (3), the maximum reduction in value is $750,000, adjusted for inflation for decedents dying after 1998.
Subsequent percentages in this article have been adjusted for inflation.
In addition to these requirements, the loan may not exceed $90,000 (to be adjusted for inflation after 1986), and the individual lender (or his spouse) must reach age 65 in the year in which the loan to the facility is made.
Washington's expenditures this year, reports the Club for Growth, is more than combined federal spending from 1787 to 1990, even adjusted for inflation.
And Schlichting agreed with the API assessment that, when adjusted for inflation, gasoline is a relative bargain.
This is a 15% nondeductible tax on total retirement distributions to an individual, during any one calendar year, in excess of a predetermined amount adjusted for inflation ($155,000 for 1996).
Adjusted for inflation into the smaller dollars of 1988, the total becomes a still higher $32.
Bernanke told Congress that he expects the wages of American workers, adjusted for inflation, to rise in coming quarters.
354 billion, the requirement that the new city continue to levy all previously authorized and collected charges, fees, assessments and general or special taxes collected by the City of Los Angeles within the San Fernando Valley area, and the requirement that the new city shall not modify, alter or rescind any existing general or special tax, fee, charge or assessment so as to impair its ability to satisfy its financial obligations to the City of Los Angeles including the requirement that the new city make annual fiscal mitigation payments to the City of Los Angeles of $127,122,000 adjusted for inflation and reduced by 5 percent per year for a total of 20 years, all as more particularly described and set forth in the order?
The phase-out ranges of $15,000 for individuals and heads of households and $30,000 for married couples and surviving spouses are not adjusted for inflation.
4 billion in total verdicts, adjusted for inflation, reported for 2002, the peak total for the past five years.
He points out that, adjusted for inflation, next year the state will spend more than twice as much per capita as it did during the tax-and-spend days of Gov.
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