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REAL

Acronym for Revised European-American Classification of Lymphoid Neoplasms. See: REAL classification.
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According to Bureau of Labour Statistics data, the number of people employed in the top ten highest paying job categories fell four per cent from 2001 to 2013 while their pay rose 28 per cent on an inflation-adjusted basis.
Pfau has constructed several inflation-adjusted retirement income comparatives illustrating varying percentages in stocks and bonds; differing percentages of stocks with a variable annuity invested 70 percent in stocks and 30 percent in bonds (with a guaranteed lifetime withdrawal benefit, or GLWB); and a differing percentage in stocks and a regular SPIA.
It is possible that average RN wages--both nominal and inflation-adjusted --will appear to decline as the mix of RN vintages changes to a new, younger equilibrium.
280F(a) limits the depreciation allowable on luxury automobiles to standard inflation-adjusted amounts prescribed by the IRS.
More than three-quarters of state-funded financial aid remains need-based, but while need-based state grants grew 50 percent in inflation-adjusted dollars during the 1990s, merit-based state grants more than tripled in constant dollars between 1990-2000.
Maximum allowable contributions to traditional and Roth IRA accounts will increase to $3,000 for 2002; $3,000 for 2002-04; $4,000 for 2005-07; and $5000 for 2008, with post-2008 limits to be inflation-adjusted in $500 increments.
The REX coverage is triggered if inflation-adjusted exchange rates move beyond a predetermined band and as a consequence make it impossible for a project to meet its debt service requirements.
Commenting on the figures, which show the increase in spending in the industrial sector is less than in recent years, they wrote: "Historically, inflation-adjusted reductions in R&D funding have resulted in periods of retrenchment that lasted over a few years.
4 percent since 1979 on an inflation-adjusted basis, while those of male college graduates rose only 16.
Daiwa Research Institute said Thursday it has revised down its forecast for Japan's inflation-adjusted gross domestic product growth in fiscal 2001 to 0.
Without any superpower threatening us, the Pentagon is still spending at its peacetime cold war levels, and Bill Clinton's first defense budget was higher, even in inflation-adjusted dollars, than Richard Nixon's last.