reality

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re·al·i·ty

(rē-al'i-tē),
That which exists objectively and in fact, and can be consensually validated.
[L. res, thing, fact]

reality

[rē·al′itē]
Etymology: L, res, factual
the culturally constructed world of perception, meaning, and behavior that members of a culture regard as true.

reality

(rē-al′ĭt-ē)
1. The quality or state of being real or actual.
2. All that exists, as opposed to those ideas or mental images that are imagined.
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Life involves an aboriginal introduction of value into the world, the reallity of purposive being and the advent of the ontological and cosmological status of needful freedom, which establishes itself with metabolic existence.
Scotland cling to the hope of a mathematical miracle to help them sneak into the play-offs but the reallity is that Belgium and Croatia, who face each other, are likely to claim the first two places.