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REAL

Acronym for Revised European-American Classification of Lymphoid Neoplasms. See: REAL classification.
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If this were one of those realistic Zolaesque stories I would describe the crick in the back that--but let us hurry on.
He thought the six with Bududreen were carrying out their part in a most realistic manner, and a grim smile tinged his hard face.
Gluttonous wasters' are there, lazy beggars, lying pilgrims, corrupt friars and pardoners, venal lawyers, and, with a lively touch of realistic humour, cooks and their 'knaves' crying, 'Hot pies
It Happens: A Guide to Contemporary Realistic Fiction for the YA Reader
Realistic Pumpkin Carving" reveals the secrets of bringing expressive pumpkin characters to life by adding realistic details like teeth and eyes instead of just cutting out solid shapes.
Synopsis: "Realistic Retirement for Realistic People: Look Before You Leap", is comprised of simple and sensible suggestions for retirement planning.
It is high time to reach a realistic solution to the Sahara issue," Jimenez told Spanish paper on Saturday, adding that is it the duty of the parties concerned to decide on this realistic solution.
For example: In one scene, three figures are set against a realistic background.
The most common primary Holland (1997) codes by gender for these middle school students were Artistic (n = 13, 32%) and Realistic (n = 10, 24%) for boys and Social (n = 19, 73%) and Artistic (n = 16, 32%) for girls.
One of the newest additions to the "Model Railroader" book list, Realistic Model Railroad Building Blocks: An Introduction To Layout Design Elements by model railroading expert Tony Koester focuses upon how to apply Layout Design Elements--that is, visually and operationally recognizable models of small parts of a full-sized railroad--to create a more realistic and aesthetically pleasing model railroad.
The curriculum of UrbanPlan II is a realistic, engaging and academically challenging classroom-based, computer-supported program (loaded with financial model software) in which high school juniors and seniors learn the roles, issues, trade-offs and economics involved in urban development.