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REAL

Acronym for Revised European-American Classification of Lymphoid Neoplasms. See: REAL classification.
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Over the four quarters of 1989, total spending on equipment increased 6 percent in real terms -- about 1 percentage point below the robust pace of 1988.
Basic price GDP grew in real terms by 0.82% year-on-year in 2017.
"Existing government plans mean real terms cuts in funding an education provision.
In nominal terms, Cyprus GDP for 2017 is calculated at e1/419.57 mln marking a 5.8% GDP growth year on year, while in constant prices Cypriot GDP in 2017 is calculated at e1/419.48 million marking 4.2% growth in real terms.
"With real term wages falling, people are increasingly reliant on debt to help them cover the cost of living.
If you look at it over the period since 2010, the reduction in the Government contribution to South Wales Police is now 21% in cash terms and over 35% in real terms. In recent years many specific funds were rolled into the main grant that was then cut.
The report shows that in 2016 the net expenditure of an Iranian household in real terms gained 2% over the previous year.
New data compiled by House of Commons officials reveals wages have fallen by an average of 0.4 per cent each year in real terms since 2010.
It found that wages in the North East fell in real terms by 0.1% a year on average over the past seven years.
Summary: Investments increased by 7.9% y/y in real terms in 2016 as FDI related to strategic projects and residential construction increased private investments by 10.5% y/y.
Once average inflation for Asia Pacific of 3 percent is taken into account, the projected increase in real terms for 2017 will be 2.9 percent, down from 3.5 percent in 2016.