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REAL

Acronym for Revised European-American Classification of Lymphoid Neoplasms. See: REAL classification.
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The largest increase compared to 1992 was in purchased inputs of farm origin, up by 62%, adjusted for inflation, over the time period.
Giving for capital purposes, such as endowments and buildings, increased 13.6 percent (10.1 percent, adjusted for inflation).
The average airfare for the second quarter reached USD370, which surpasses the post-1995 record of USD359 set in the third quarter of 2008 when not adjusted for inflation. Dec 14, 2011
Incomes rose 0.4 per cent last month, but disposable incomes adjusted for inflation were flat for a second straight month.
In 2009, an average of $65.02 (adjusted for inflation) per member was received by Presbyterians Sharing.
-- After a decade of rapid growth, annual funding for biomedical research in the United States has decelerated and even may have fallen when adjusted for inflation, a study in The Journal of the American Medical Association finds.
With 3D ticket prices driving average ticket prices even higher, "Avatar" will be lucky to crack the top 100 all-time film chart, adjusted for inflation. The only film from the last decade to make the top 100 was "The Dark Knight," which sold about 74 million tickets.
Manufacturing output, adjusted for inflation, contracted by 1.2 per cent annually.
However, when the data are adjusted for inflation, they reflect a nearly 3 percent decrease in R&D and R&D plant obligations, the first such decline since FY 2000.
The BRC added that a 1.5% sales increase represented a sales decline in real terms, as the figures were not adjusted for inflation. Official Consumer Price Index inflation is currently 2.2%.
The numbers are adjusted for inflation, which will erode buying power by the time fiscal year 2009 begins.

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