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REAL

Acronym for Revised European-American Classification of Lymphoid Neoplasms. See: REAL classification.
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Mr Brown told MPs, 'It has been put to me that we freeze the defence budget and cut it in real terms.
If you look at it over the period since 2010, the reduction in the Government contribution to South Wales Police is now 21% in cash terms and over 35% in real terms.
This means that they are being cut in real terms each year.
Of the 22 Asia Pacific markets covered in the report, only six are expected to see higher base salary increases in real terms in 2017: Sri Lanka, Indonesia, China, Cambodia, Hong Kong and Taiwan.
Business Secretary Greg Clark said: "This will make a real difference to hard-working people up and down the country and means for the vast majority of workers, the national minimum wage is at its highest level in real terms.
The average North West annual wage increased in real terms by PS374 from 2014 to 2015 - the first annual increase for several years.
The volume of trade in the markets and individual entrepreneurs in real terms increased by 7.
4% in real terms in 2013, the Statistical Service said on Tuesday in a first estimate.
A NURSING union has hit out at Government claims British workers have seen their take-home pay rise in real terms in the past year.
GDP in the US in real terms is expected to increase 2.
The decrease in EU28 real agricultural income in 2013 is mainly the result of a higher increase in real terms in input costs (+0.