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REAL

Acronym for Revised European-American Classification of Lymphoid Neoplasms. See: REAL classification.
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TUC Midlands regional secretary Lee Barron said: "Despite growth returning, 2014 was another miserable year for living standards in the West Midlands with real wages falling by over PS1,000 in real terms.
According to the statistics, Wales' average pay in April 2014 fell in real terms by PS318 from 2013, and by PS2,217 from 2010.
However, if any of these options are judged to be too difficult politically or too damaging to vulnerable groups and other key public services, health spending will have to fall in real terms.
2 percent per year in real terms between 2012 and 2022, compared to 4.
0 percent in real terms amid a widespread mood of self-restraint following the natural disaster last March.
72 this week and sold for 5s in 1862, estimated to cost pounds 149 in real terms to the 1862 shopper according to The Grocer.
The reason food is so much cheaper in real terms today is that wages have gone up ten-fold over the past 150 years, while technological changes have made food from around the world readily available," said Elinor Zuke, a senior reporter at the magazine.
1 per cent per year in real terms, the fastest growth over any decade since the mid-1970s.
And he said the NHS's revenue budget, which does not include building projects, was rising in real terms.
4 percent in nominal terms from the previous estimate, but in real terms a positive growth of 12.
4 percent in real terms in 2010, the National Bureau of Statistics reported on Saturday.
We predict GDP in real terms will grow 5 percent in 2010 because our oil production is expected to be higher this year," the official, who did not want to be named, told the press.