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REAL

Acronym for Revised European-American Classification of Lymphoid Neoplasms. See: REAL classification.
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I took--I have always taken a real interest in Mdlle.
She would understand that all this is not the point--not a bit the real point--it is quite foreign to the real question.
There is no real food or water in Lothar," he said; "nor has there been for countless ages.
The sort of purely poetic tendency in his mind, which made Amiel known in his own lifetime chiefly as a writer of verse, seems to be represented in these volumes by certain passages of natural description, always sincere, and sometimes rising to real distinction.
You yachtsmen with your wands, who think we are all there to gaze on you, your ships are only accidents of this place, and were they all to be boarded and sunk by the ducks the real business of the Round Pond would be carried on as usual.
I thought of my nights of fear, and knew that mine were the real things--real as life itself, not attenuated vapors and surmised shadows.
These dreams were real while they lasted, but when he was awake he remembered them little if at all.
Viewing it, they hugged themselves in ecstatic pity of their imagined or real condition.
Everyone calls it so, and it's a real good name, for all the Mrs.
If these amazing experiences are real I shall go mad; if they are fanciful I am mad already.
That it is a fairyland and no real world which Spenser opens to us is the great difference between Chaucer and him.
Would not work, even at a coeducational college with a real degree in prospect, be rather flat without her friend the enemy?