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- verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of
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Was I not merely demonstrating that the policy of expansion is a kind of universal and constant law, which periodically actualises itself through the working of the same forces, in the same ways?
Form is the actual, the energy, the entelechy which actualises the potential and determines the final compound.
The soul actualises the body, and becomes, as he said, its entelechy.
The hallowed Lord's grounds could host IPL matches if the Marylebone Cricket Club actualises its plan to buy a team.
(He was not sure when the campus might be shifted to dwarka) ... notice boards on the second floor have a 2009-10 schedule which everyone can check ... went again to the fee department to confirm campus shift -- dey said that most prob in 3 months but in the worst case scenario by end of the year (letz see which one actualises -- if any).