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REAL

Acronym for Revised European-American Classification of Lymphoid Neoplasms. See: REAL classification.
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Lo curioso es que esta misma mutacion ya se habia reciclado en 1720 de una anterior, al igual que otras con los nombres de "salon," "armeria" e "interior del templo" que pertenecian al actor y maestro tramoyista Francisco Londono, miembro de la compania de Juan Alvarez, que las vendio a Madrid por el precio de 1160 reales (Lopez Alemany 124, 133).
Therefore, as the silver half pound is worth in this kingdom 65 silver reales, (8) the silver carat shall have a value of 92 1/12 maravedis, and 1 1/3 carats shall be worth almost 123 maravedis.
Yet of the seventy-five escribanos reales who practiced in the capital in the mid-1790s, almost three-quarters already held a salaried position in one of the viceregal agencies or in municipal government.
The Casas Reales continued to serve a governmental function through the mid-1969s.
Importantly, as we track mineralization through Reales, we continue to sample high silver grades while the base metal content appears to increase substantially.
Even if Soto is of the same opinion when the same coin is worth more in one place than in another, (2) and gives the example of a ducat worth more silver reales in Italy than in the Spanish territories, when the reales have all the same value, or the ducat is worth more gruesos in one place than in another, I do not know, however, if he would say the same in the examples we have included.
In 1784, Spain loaded the ship with 450,000 pesos of silver reales minted to provide financial support to the failing economy of Spanish-held Louisiana.
According to reports, 90 million reales would be used entirely for environmental cleanup and 220 million reales would be utilized for implementing measures to avoid future spills.
8 million reales (280 million euros) last year, up 93.
The blocks of renewable power will be generated by burning methane (an environmentally unfriendly gas that escapes from landfills) from Tucson's Los Reales Landfill in TEP's Irvington Generating Station.
This move followed their General Shareholder Meeting held in Bahia, which authorized a capital reduction of 535 million reales, to be charged against previous shareholders' equity, and a simultaneous increase in nominal capital increase of 1 billion reales with no issue premium.