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- v. To make real; to realise.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. make real or concrete; give reality or substance to
- v. represent or describe realistically
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He's an opportunity for people to actualise fantasies of super competence, violence and exotic sex; and the 'conflicted' thing is nothing more than a sop to our more sophisticated 21st-century apprehension that the last thing we want people to think about us is that we're shallow or one-dimensional.
Senator clinton as a good democrat, is already part of the change advocated by senator barack obama, she only needs to actualise the change by working sincerely in concert with the party's obvious flag bearer which in this case is barack obama.
I will like you to actualise that dream of becoming the chairperson or chairwoman and much more so.
If a 'new' America can afford and support other countries to actualise the kind of hopes, dreams and opportunities it has just allowed itself, then it would have proven itself a credible leader of the 'free world' and its democracy one worthy of emulation.
The same way we all need support to get things right, having realised where we went wrong, America will also need the world's support to actualise Obama's change process.
It was the morality of the idea of freedom that the Indian movement of independence sought to actualise.
They don't want to actualise their perception of a mage.
I will give you further details on how to actualise this on receipt of your positive response.
Ideas are coming and its more entertaining just to have another idea than to actualise the last, until the chain of ideas comes to an end and I cannot remember how clever, how novel I was just a moment ago.
There is, therefore, no point in speculating as to whether there might not be a sufficient reason to actualise two of a possible substance, for God cannot do that since both would have to be identical to the one possible substance.
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