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  • noun Plural form of realisation.

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Examples

  • Dr. Curry argued on the feedback thread that single model runs what I would refer to as realisations were not informative due to the fact that a single run could look very different due to natural variability.

    Demetris Koutsoyannis « Climate Audit

  • He added that the team used a lot of different probabilities and combined them, creating a huge number of outputs called realisations.

    BBC News - Home

  • You will remember how, as a schoolboy, I had destroyed my religious life by a vicious subjectivism which made "realisations" the aim of prayer; turning away from God to seek states of mind, and trying to produce those states of mind by "maistry."

    Surprised by Joy

  • What kind of realisations have you seen this quarter and exactly what is the quantum of sugar sales in Q1?

    Moneycontrol Top Headlines

  • I can never forget the ending to The Long Good Friday (close-up of Bob Hoskins the back of the car that went on for ever -- his expressions ran through the gamut of emotions that told you everything about his realisations of past, present and future -- perfect and brilliant acting).

    Film

  • Kelley's celebrated 3D realisations of the various Kandors depicted by DC Comics' illustrators, are like intricate jellies beneath their hand-blown bell jars.

    This week's new exhibitions

  • I make no claims for myself; I have no experience, no realisations or anything.

    Speech to the Second Gelug Conference

  • I make no claims for myself; I have no experience, no realisations or anything.

    Gelug Conference

  • I make no claims for myself; I have no experience, no realisations or anything.

    Speech to the Second Gelug Conference

  • I make no claims for myself; I have no experience, no realisations or anything.

    Gelug Conference

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