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REAL

Acronym for Revised European-American Classification of Lymphoid Neoplasms. See: REAL classification.
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In inflation-adjusted terms, this is the lowest price received over the last 43 years.
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The average monthly income of salaried households came to 436,123 yen, up 1.4 percent in real, or inflation-adjusted, terms, it added.
The median Generation X household could arrive at 2009 with about $31,000 in net worth in 2008 dollars, down from an inflation-adjusted median of $57,000 in 1989 and $72,000 in 2004, the researchers write.
This is the first time it broke that level, on an inflation-adjusted basis, since the third quarter of 2000, when it was nearly $3.5 billion.
We all scoffed back in 1996 when President Bill Clinton declared "the era of big government is over." After all, inflation-adjusted government spending climbed during the Clinton years, and it has exploded on George W.
Surgical specialists also saw a significant decrease in inflation-adjusted earnings, with an 8.2% drop in net income from 1995 to 2003.
New York City's Gross City Product--an inflation-adjusted measure of the overall city economy--shows the city's economy grew by 4.3 percent this quarter.
While most planning takes into account inflation, it often doesn't address the costs of health care and long-term care, and it may overestimate annual inflation-adjusted withdrawals from assets or underestimate the results of human inclination to overspend.
Not only are they still around, the inflation-adjusted combined budgets of those programs have since skyrocketed 27 percent.
Use of these resources has meant that students attending private colleges and universities have actually seen their average, inflation-adjusted out-of-pocket cost decline over the past decade.

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