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REAL

Acronym for Revised European-American Classification of Lymphoid Neoplasms. See: REAL classification.
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Outro momento em que a edicao toma um rumo autoral e a sequencia escolhida para introduzir a categoria mais polemica do baile, realness.
This is what conditioned Myshkin's shift from Dostoevsky's intended realness toward the programmability that, like a centrifugal force, immediately unbalanced the image's answerability.
And yet, there was nothing obligatory about dashing from show to show at American Realness, whose tireless producer and curator, Thomas BENJAMIN Snapp Pryor, masterfully programmed 46 performances of 20 productions into 10 days, as well as exhibitions, talks, and in-progress showings.
Moreover, his use of the term "real" is significant here because it reflects the integral function of the concept of realness within the ballroom community, a concept that also helps to explain the efforts of its members to avoid discrimination, violence, and exclusion.
Clancy's vision, like the idea it would replace, has the appeal of realness mixed with new purpose.
It is a big club but at the same time there is a down-to-earth quality, a realness I think is important.
It is a big club but there is a down to earth, realness, and grounded quality to it.
The 'bad boy, good soul' image effectively projects a down-to-earth realness that cuts through slick, manufactured offers that are often lacking in substance.
The artwork of Mat Hennek can be characterised as giving a very special impression of realness and vulnerability.
Guest choreographer Rennie Harris made the best use of this realness, deploying his mass of dancers to reflect the character of an entire city without losing that precious texture of individuality.
She went on to explain that as an artist, she felt compelled to "communicate to others the realness of our Creator, who alone gives light--light to paint and light to see.
There's nothing that can match the realness of The Blues.