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REAL

Acronym for Revised European-American Classification of Lymphoid Neoplasms. See: REAL classification.
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To be explicit, he eats the realists. That is Tario's work.
Of the succeeding realists the most important is Tobias Smollett, a Scottish ex-physician of violent and brutal nature, who began to produce his picaresque stories of adventure during the lifetime of Fielding.
Still, you could at least get away with describing Freud as a realist, whereas Auerbach's work has a hefty element of abstraction in it.
David Truskoff's "Rebirth Of A Realist: Voices From History 'America Save Yourself'" is a clarion call for political and social realists to save the very soul of our country from the right-wing generated decisions, policies, practices, and imperatives that have resulted in America's dysfunctional foreign relations and deteriorating domestic social conditions.
"The aim of this exhibition is to show is to show that there is still a modern living European tradition of realist painting going on that is utterly relevant in the twenty first century."
Scowcroft and Bush the Elder came to be seen as representing the "realist" wing within the Power Elite, with the prominent figures surrounding Bush the Younger representing the radical, or "transformational," wing.
It also becomes a form of experiment, and here Levine brings together novelists with Victorian scientists and philosophers as practitioners of "the realist experiment" (4).
Simon Blackburn's quasi-realist program, for instance, aims to show that expressivism has the resources to vindicate many of the apparently realist features of normative discourse (Blackburn 1984, 1993a, 1998).
Guerrero is something of a social realist himself, exploring themes of labor unrest and urban poverty during the Marcos years in his Palanca Award-winning short story 'Children of the City' (1971) and other works.
Their topics include making up mechanisms in realist research, making claims using realist methods, researching complex large-scale nested interventions, using realist approaches to explain the costs and cost-effectiveness of programs, scoping and searching to support realist approaches, and realist memorabilia.
REALIST Brendan Rodgers last night admitted Celtic face an uphill battle to ever savour another Seville.
Although the concerns for UN are many, there are two classical viewpoints which divide opinion on the UN's effectiveness in global politics; the liberal and the realist argument.