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  • 1actual — ac|tu|al W2S1 [ˈæktʃuəl] adj [only before noun] [Date: 1300 1400; : Old French; Origin: actuel, from Late Latin actualis, from Latin actus; ACT1] 1.) used to emphasize that something is real or exact ▪ I m not joking. Those were his actual words …

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  • 2Actual Grace — • A grace that is given for the performance of salutary acts and is present and disappears with the action itself Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Actual Grace     Actual Grace …

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  • 3Actual infinity — is the idea that numbers, or some other type of mathematical object, can form an actual, completed totality; namely, a set. Hence, in the philosophy of mathematics, the abstraction of actual infinity involves the acceptance of infinite entities,… …

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  • 4Actual Idealism — was a form of idealism developed by Giovanni Gentile that grew into a grounded idealism contrasting the Transcendental Idealism of Immanuel Kant and the Absolute idealism of Georg Hegel. Acceptance It was successful in laying a theory of… …

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  • 5actual — ac·tu·al adj: existing in fact or reality compare constructive ac·tual·ly adv Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …

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  • 6Actual innocence — is the most widely used [Paul Bergman, Sara J. Berman Barrett, The Criminal Law Handbook: Know Your Rights, Survive the System (2007), p. 285 (stating Undoubtedly, the most common defenseargument is that the prosecution has failed to prove the… …

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  • 7Actual Miles: Henley's Greatest Hits — Greatest hits album by Don Henley Released November 21, 1995 (19 …

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  • 8actual cash value — n 1: the cost of replacing or repairing damaged property less any applicable depreciation 2: fair market value Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …

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  • 9Actual malice — in United States law is a condition required to establish libel against public officials or public figures and is defined as knowledge that the information was false or that it was published with reckless disregard of whether it was false or not …

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  • 10Actual Art — is a genre of art that was first named by critic Alfred Frankenstein of the San Francisco Chronicle in a review of Helene Aylon’s work. The name was chosen because the art was real , but the term Realism was already in use to describe a different …

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  • 11actual — is often used redundantly in ways that add nothing to the meaning: • Mr Healey said the press did not print Labour s actual policies. ‘Not a sausage.’ Times, 1981. Examples of legitimate use are: He gathered there were few actual artists in the… …

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  • 12actual notice — see notice Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. actual notice …

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  • 13actual — Ⅰ. actual UK US /ˈæktʃuəl/ adjective [only before noun] ► true or exact: actual amount/cost/figure »Residents are paying electricity prices that are double the actual cost of generating electricity. »There is a gap between desired and actual… …

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  • 14actual, real, virtual — Actual and real are related in meaning ( existing in fact, not imaginary ), but they may be distinguished. Actual places emphasis upon coming into a sphere of fact or action and applies to facts as they now are or have become. Real expresses… …

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  • 15actual controversy — n: a real dispute between parties with true adverse legal interests based on facts existing at the time the suit is brought Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. actual controversy …

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  • 16actual damages — see damage 2 Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. actual damages n …

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  • 17Actual notice — is a law term, used most frequently in civil procedure. It is notice (usually to a defendant in a civil proceeding) delivered in such a way as to give legally sufficient assurance that actual knowledge of the matter has been conveyed to the… …

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  • 18Not Quite Dead Enough —   …

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  • 19Not Enough Love in the World — Single by Don Henley from the album Building the Perfect Beast …

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  • 20Not Necessarily the News — Format Satire Country of origin  United States Production …

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