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REAL

Acronym for Revised European-American Classification of Lymphoid Neoplasms. See: REAL classification.
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I know what it is like to be a woman and a victim in the realest possible way," she said.
Congrats to the realest man in politics," tweeted one follower, and another declared Barry to be the "best mayor DC has had despite his past personal struggles, he is a man of the people, not the gentry.
Illmyiah, one half of the rap duo, responded: "The realest rapper I heard so far
The boundaries between these themes are fluid: death--for Hynes the "truest truth, the realest reality" of war (Soldiers' Tale 19)--permeates everything.
The difference, of course--as The End and the Beginning goes to show--is that the 40-year battle between Wojtyla and the communists was not some idle literary imagining, but rather the realest show on earth.
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Dan Cahalan, an Afghanistan veteran, wrote that "this is one of the realest accounts from a journalist I have ever read and just wanted to thank (Jacobson) for her honest reporting of the war.
almost like a canticle of praise to the Great River of all we have, for in the realest sense it is a suggestion of which must always be the finest end product of our preserved natural and man-made treasures.
Why do you always ignore the realest thing in you, this hard, stoic, elemental sense of logic and truth" (Letters II 368)?
A comparable observation is made by another critic of modernity, Walker Percy, in his essay, "Diagnosing the Modern Malaise": "A case might be made that, given a certain urban environment and an educated class of laymen alienated from each other and from themselves, only two real options remain, genital sex and violence, and perhaps the realest of all, death.
For me, Grace Paley is the writer who makes everything possible, the founding mother of my whole generation of women writers, the realest real McCoy there is.
referring to Labrador), and the response from her friend is, "The realest place you ever saw" (1).