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adjective as in existing at the present time

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If you get to be a monopoly because we don’t enforce antitrust laws, you’re going to end up making, pre tax, a lot more money than you would otherwise have made if you had to compete in an actual free market.

The actual Mayo Clinic researchers who authored the cited study complained that the FDA “grossly misrepresented” their data.

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These controls are more about your privacy and your relationship with Google than actual Android security, but it’s worth noting that the less data you share, the safer you are.

It will automatically optimize against actual sales in stores, not merely foot traffic.

The assumption is that the smaller the cut for the ad tech vendor the more there is in the actual bid to compete for impressions that it may have otherwise lost.

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Not actual CIA agents, but U.S. government personnel who have worked very closely with the CIA, and who are fans of the show.

Have you ever heard any feedback from the CIA/actual spies on Archer?

They are not the actual traffickers, Yazbek says, so generally the other refugees protect their identity.

Texas offers not just place to its actual or potential new residents, but professional possibilities.

But to see any actual smooching, fans had to take matters into their own .

Altogether, it seems that not more than one-third of our fast diminishing total are available for actual fighting purposes.

Allcraft winced, as every syllable made known the speaker's actual strength—his own dependence and utter weakness.

An increase in actual number is an absolute increase; an increase in percentage only, a relative increase.

On the other hand, the arrows along the sides of the triangle represent actual circulation.

He did not answer, but he tried to look as if his partner had exactly guessed his actual intention.


On this page you'll find 114 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to actual, such as: certain, existing, for real, physical, real, and substantial.

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