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The phrase has been used to mean giving actual or figurative support or aid to someone in a situation or project, i. e. to " watch their back ".
The reason for the reform was that the average length of the year in the Julian calendar was too long – it treated each year as 365 days, 6 hours in length, whereas calculations showed that the actual mean length of a year is slightly less ( 365 days, 5 hours and 49 minutes ) As a result, the date of the actual vernal equinox had slowly ( over the course of 13 centuries ) slipped to 10 March, while the computus ( calculation ) of the date of Easter still followed the traditional date of 21 March.
However, some computer languages such as C define argument to mean actual parameter ( i. e., the value ), and parameter to mean formal parameter.
The novels take this to mean the death of Trip was actually an elaborate ruse and not his actual death.
However Tertullian used ' corporeal ' only in the stoic sense, to mean something with actual existence, rather than the later idea of flesh.
There is also Sword Art Online ( ソードアート ・ オンライン, Sōdoāto Onrain ), a light novel series written by Reki Kawahara ; it is about 10, 000 people being trapped in a game world where in the game would mean an actual " death " in real life and the only way to escape is to complete the game.
Note that " actual " may not mean the same as " existing ".
With " representation ", we mean not the actual device that is managed, but also the device driver, that communicates with the device.
* True altitude is the actual elevation above mean sea level.
It is possible that men exaggerated their reported number of partners, women reported a number lower than the actual number, or a minority of women had a sufficiently larger number than most other women to create a mean significantly higher than the median, or all of the above ( see Pareto principle ).
Winter temperatures can be very chilly, and the powerful winds and heavy rain mean that the felt temperature can fall below freezing, even though the actual temperature may rarely drop much below.
# Manufacturers ' new orders for consumer goods / materials — This component is considered a leading indicator because increases in new orders for consumer goods and materials usually mean positive changes in actual production.
# Manufacturers ' new orders for non-defense capital goods — As stated above, new orders lead the business cycle because increases in orders usually mean positive changes in actual production and perhaps rising demand.
In other words, when a reference is made to a thing's essence or idea, or when one details the constitution of an identical coherent thing by describing what one " really " sees as being only these sides and aspects, these surfaces, it does not mean that the thing is only and exclusively what is described here: The ultimate goal of these reductions is to understand how these different aspects are constituted into the actual thing as experienced by the person experiencing it.
The Dyer Anti-Lynching Bill as it appeared in 1922 stated: " To assure to persons within the jurisdiction of every State the equal protection of the laws, and to punish the crime of lynching .... Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the phrase ' mob or riotous assemblage ,' when used in this act, shall mean an assemblage composed of three or more persons acting in concert for the purpose of depriving any person of his life without authority of law as a punishment for or to prevent the commission of some actual or supposed public offense.
We like our clocks to run at a constant rate, so they cannot follow the actual sun ; instead they follow a " fictitious mean sun " that moves along the celestial equator at a constant rate, matching the real sun's average rate over the year.
Then one would find the actual velocity fluctuating about a mean value:
Gunkel's observation that if, however, we consider figures like Abraham, Issac, and Jacob to be actual persons with no original mythic foundations, that does not at all mean that they are historical figures ... For even if, as may well be assumed, there was once a man call ' Abraham ,' everyone who knows the history of legends is sure that the legend is in no position at the distance of so many centuries to preserve a picture of the personal piety of Abraham.
The phrase hakuna matata, for example, is an actual Swahili phrase that does in fact mean " no worries ".
Before starting the actual reading, the reader will typically try to elicit cooperation from the subject, saying something such as, " I often see images that are a bit unclear and which may sometimes mean more to you than to me ; if you help, we can together uncover new things about you.
Europeans also interpreted descriptions of howdahs to mean that Indian elephants were capable of carrying actual stone castles on their backs, albeit only big enough to be garrisoned by three or four men ; note that turreted war elephants were in fact used, though they did not use stone.
Eugene D. Genovese, in his work The Southern Front: History and Politics in the Cultural War, states that the decadence within American society is not only the consequence of modern liberalism but its actual agenda, and that the cultural elites who control American campuses mean to destroy Western civilization ( p. 132 ).

actual and being
Sir John Tenniel's illustration of the Caterpillar ( Alice's Adventures in Wonderland ) | Caterpillar for Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland is noted for its ambiguous central figure, whose head can be viewed as being a human male's face with a pointed nose and pointy chin or being the head end of an actual caterpillar, with the first two right " true " legs visible.
Green quartz is sometimes incorrectly called green amethyst, which is an actual misnomer and not an acceptable name for the material, the proper terminology being Prasiolite.
In fact, there is no evidence of the deposed Sultan being allowed to make such foreign travels, nor did Voltaire ( or Gürsel ) assert that it had any actual historical foundation.
At the point where they are united into a single being, man, the being, becomes actual, or real.
Being is quite conceivable apart from actual existence ; so much so that the very first and the most universal of all the distinctions in the realm of being is that which divides it into two classes, that of the real and that of the possible.
Where being, the noun, is readily accessible to experience and classifiable, being, the participle, is not :" In short ... philosophy may perhaps be able to tell us everything about that which reality is, but nothing at all concerning this not unimportant detail: the actual existence, or non-existence, of what we call reality ....
Representation in the House of Commons was decided by the House itself, which resulted in boroughs ' being established in some small settlements for the purposes of parliamentary representation, despite their possessing no actual corporation.
Physical maladies that prevent effective communication, such as actual deafness or blindness preventing messages from being received as they were intended.
As each of these methods explain to the receiver how the file being sent should be interpreted, it would be inappropriate for these declarations not to match the actual character encoding used.
The authors of the U. S. Army's Area Handbook series said at the time that '.. the Army and Gendarmery ( sic ) were effective forces in being, but the Navy and Air Force were token forces primarily for prestige and with little actual defense value.
The challenges involved in the activity depend on the cave being visited, but often include the negotiation of pitches, squeezes, and water ( although actual cave diving is a separate sub-specialty undertaken by very few cavers ).
According to one such tradition, she is the personification of the Earth itself ; according to another, its actual mother, being Prithvi Tattwa, the essence of the element earth.
In some films, knitted string spray-painted with a metallic paint is used instead of actual mail in order to cut down on cost ( an example being Monty Python and the Holy Grail, which was filmed on a very small budget ).
They often interpret passages of the Bible as being less a record of actual events, but rather stories illustrating how to live ethically and authentically in relation to God.
This clause has been deemed to impose a requirement that United States federal courts are not permitted to hear cases that do not pose an actual controversy — that is, an actual dispute between adverse parties which is capable of being resolved by the.
This is not a matter of being " guilty " of anything ; each person is only personally guilty of their own actual sins.
The three Greek Orthodox chapels of St. James the Just, St. John the Baptist and of the Forty Martyrs of Sebaste, south of the rotunda and on the west side of the front courtyard originally formed the baptistery complex of the Constantinean church, the southern most chapel being the vestibule, the middle chapel being the actual baptistery and the north chapel being the chamber in which the patriarch chrismated the newly baptized before leading them into the rotunda north of this complex.
The Modules consisted of a number of individual electronic components and germanium transistors mounted to a circuit board, the actual circuits being based on those from the TX-2.

actual and about
He never let me know that my visit was about to terminate until the actual morning I was to leave for Lymington.
and this first section was somehow preserved ( there are always these annoying little mysteries about the actual facts of Malraux's life ) when the Gestapo destroyed the rest.
Still, these guesses about the outcome of the struggle cannot be as important as the actual power relationship between the Soviet Union and ourselves.
He didn't care about the actual amount but only about the imagined affront.
The melting point of bronze varies depending on the actual ratio of the alloy components and is about.
However, there is sometimes a lack of understanding by researchers in developed countries about the actual needs of prospective beneficiaries in developing countries.
Only about 60 % are in protected areas, suggesting that actual numbers of the lowland subspecies may only be in the low tens of thousands.
What is striking about these early cases is that unlike modern courts, the medieval English courts never questioned the right of the actual plaintiffs to sue on behalf of a group or a few representatives to defend an entire group.
Thus conclusions about actual agriculture in the Letters are as likely to evoke Latium as Attica.
The franchising process proceeded steadily, but the actual construction of new systems was slow, as doubts about an adequate payback from the substantial investment persisted.
# Buoyancy: The actual mass of the human brain is about 1400 grams ; however, the net weight of the brain suspended in the CSF is equivalent to a mass of 25 grams.
The actual difference is about 20 hours.
At trial, the defense team argued that news articles from the time could have been the source for Echols ' knowledge about the genital mutilation, but the prosecution claimed that Echols ' knowledge, which Echols said was limited to what was " on TV ", was nonetheless too close to the actual facts, since there was no public knowledge of drowning or that one victim had been mutilated more than the others.
Consta-an Italian company-will undertake the actual reconstruction at a cost of € 40 million ( about R360m ).
Two mysteries remain about the poem: whether anyone or anyplace was the real-life Casey and Mudville, and, if so, their actual identities.
This term is specifically rejected by Lutheran churches and theologians since it creates confusion about the actual doctrine and subjects the doctrine to the control of a non-biblical philosophical concept in the same manner as, in their view, does the term " transubstantiation ".< ref > J. T.
Additionally, several law schools host legal clinics that focus on environmental law, providing students with an opportunity to learn about environmental law in the context of real world disputes involving actual clients.
The phenomenalist phase of post-Humean empiricism ended by the 1940s, for by that time it had become obvious that statements about physical things could not be translated into statements about actual and possible sense data.
But it came to be realized that there is no finite set of statements about actual and possible sense-data from which we can deduce even a single physical-object statement.
Replacing statements including " to be " with those using becomes, remains and equals divides perception of, and expressions about, time more operationally into actual cognitive categories that humans know how to act upon:
Fermi's strips-of-paper estimate was ten kilotons of TNT ; the actual yield was about 19 kilotons.

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