COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES
sth's actual existence
▪ Poaching now threatens the animal's actual existence.
the actual/true extent
▪ Rescue workers still do not know the true extent of the disaster.
COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS
▪ Kent also seems to have been the major importer of garnet, although the actual amount that survives has not been quantified.
▪ The actual amount of data going over the phone line is quite small.
▪ Allowances and Deductions Screens Codified details, start date and actual amounts are entered on to the screen.
▪ The actual amount disbursed under the scheme in the two years for which it ran was £17 million, not £24 million.
▪ National income is the value of the actual amount produced and so is necessarily equal to the national product and expenditure.
▪ The actual amount you pay depends on the type of account you have.
▪ This observation did appear to conform with the actual behaviour of money wages in the interwar period, particularly in Britain.
▪ An approximation we make about the actual behaviour enables us to model this behaviour in a dynamic framework without complicating the estimation.
▪ The type description considers language as abstract knowledge, the token description as actual behaviour.
▪ These, in their turn, were seen as indispensable for the explanation of actual behaviour.
▪ But they did not yet feel able to go through with changes in their actual behaviour.
▪ Beyond it we must look at actual behaviour to assess the impact of higher taxes on incentives.
▪ In order for parents to express these worries, however, the child must at some time have produced actual behaviour.
▪ For this reason, econometric studies have been used to explore actual behaviour.
▪ While connection and rental fees for non-business users are lower, the actual cost of the phone itself could be significantly greater.
▪ Based on actual costs, Norris figured the real costs were $ 258 per machine.
▪ Second, the actual cost, both in time and money, can be very much less than might at first be anticipated.
▪ How does the actual cost compare with the planned cost for meeting the objective?
▪ Officials make it clear that the actual cost is not yet known.
▪ But whatever the actual cost of environmental regulation may be, it is large and commands attention.
▪ Therefore, it is said, one is looking for the actual cost of providing that benefit for the employee.
▪ The idea was to charge for the actual cost of delivering the water, since pumping uphill is expensive.
▪ The contractor is paid for the actual costs he incurs plus a previously agreed lump sum for his overheads and profit.
▪ Based on actual costs, Norris figured the real costs were $ 258 per machine.
▪ Differences between the actual costs and cost profile and the budget are called variances.
▪ But the company believes, he added, that fees based primarily on actual costs will attract new customers.
▪ In comparing actual costs with standard costs management should first consider the economy of operations.
▪ Reconciliation of the actual costs and the budget should be done regularly throughout the relevant budget period.
▪ Comparing these subjective judgements with actual costs might suggest that people are wrong about, for example check trading being cheap.
▪ The decision to continue collaboration after 1918 can only be understood through the actual events of that year.
▪ The captured instant often takes on meanings far more portentous than the actual event.
▪ Since their interest in the past was primarily moralistic, precise knowledge of actual events and when they happened was not required.
▪ Reliable eyewitness reports of actual events, when embedded in such a list, suffered a serious erosion of credibility.
▪ In miming aspects of the events, signer 2 also used inappropriate mime which only partly visually represented the actual event.
▪ Relieved yet confused, I tried to reconstruct the actual event.
▪ This is not surprising, if both reflect memories of an actual event in the same general area.
▪ But, like the Super Bowl itself, expectations for these Web sites usually surpass the actual event.
▪ The incidents related in her story, however, are drawn from actual experiences of visually handicapped pupils.
▪ Any actual experience of love could enter into such a sys-tem only as a harbinger of disaster.
▪ Yet the actual experience was surprisingly different.
▪ Schools, polytechnics and universities all have magazines and newspapers on which you may gain actual experience while still a student.
▪ Yet the actual experience of bombing was sharply differentiated.
▪ Inevitably, the actual experience is far removed from the dream.
▪ In actual fact, what the monarchy does do is to reinforce Britain's position in the world as an outmoded Ruritania.
▪ In actual fact, we do know now a great deal more than when the numbers game began.
▪ Most proposals are, in actual fact, generated internally within departments.
▪ In actual fact, membershiP Patterns differ from one country to the next.
▪ In actual fact the two fish are not that alike.
▪ The methodology chapter must reflect the actual facts of the research experience.
▪ In actual fact, coil-tap not withstanding, the sounds produced are a sort of sit-on-the-fence compromise between the two.
▪ In actual fact, the premier was growing more and more disenchanted with the private power lobby.
▪ Because not all catches were reported, the actual numbers caught were probably even higher.
▪ The value of the rehabilitation centres extends far beyond the actual numbers released.
▪ Among wild creatures rarity is a relative condition, not always determined on the basis of actual numbers.
▪ But the actual number of police officers employed at 15 October 1991 was 1,713, not 1,820.
▪ For example, what do we mean by the actual number 3?
▪ If the actual number of entry-versions exceeds the design assumption by more than 25%, the system will be unmanageable.
▪ The actual numbers of surviving big mammals are astoundingly small-grizzly bears in the lower forty-eight states can be counted in the hundreds.
▪ The preparation of a budget provides a measure against which actual performance can be monitored.
▪ However, we can not predict people's actual performance from their level of experience.
▪ Abilities indicate potential rather than actual performance.
▪ A contractor could use the actual performance when not working under claim conditions to establish what should have been foreseeable.
▪ Thus the measure of damages is the difference between the contract price and the market price on the date for actual performance.
▪ I think everyone needs the director to be vitally interested in the work well beyond the first week of actual performance.
▪ In particular the expectations of research often do not match the actual practice of their supervisors.
▪ In actual practice they flew at one or less.
▪ Ideas about baby feeding and weaning are constantly changing and actual practice can have a profound effect on child health.
▪ In actual practice, audiences, interests and markets overlap quite considerably.
▪ However, lip service is often paid to the desirability of delegation without accompanying it by actual practice.
▪ This is why timber develops a good fraction of its theoretical modulus in actual practice.
▪ But just how does this work in actual practice?
▪ Moreover, an explicit claim to multiple points of view tells us nothing about the actual practice of using them.
▪ If this is to be your approach see pages 87-92 for the actual process of post-production editing.
▪ The actual process of revision will be a group or team effort and involve everyone.
▪ Hence the shift in emphasis from the finished work to the actual process of creation of the Action painters and others.
▪ The actual process, however, is that a lobby or the administration proposes legislation.
▪ This idea potentially oversimplifies the actual process of offering vulnerable people choices which might result in their leading fuller lives.
▪ The actual process of collecting was very complicated.
▪ Every bit, that is, except the actual process of setting-up.
▪ Meanings are also created, developed, modified and changed within the actual process of interaction.
▪ Changing metaphor, the equilibrium unemployment rate is seen to be shackled to the actual rate.
▪ The comparison of the effective exchange rate and actual rates clearly demonstrates the value and necessity for a weighted exchange rate.
▪ The annualized inflation rate for 1989 was 47.5 percent, but the actual rate at end-year was 44 percent.
▪ The analysis applies in reverse if the actual rate of interest is thought to be abnormally low.
▪ The actual results of the Group may differ materially from those illustrated.
▪ Again, the methods or source is as important as the actual results making one inexorably tied to the other.
▪ In such circumstances actual results influence judgments of responsibility and culpability even though the agent did not contemplate the result which occurred.
▪ Power becomes the intervening variable between desired outcomes and actual results.
▪ After all, the Literary Digest Poll for the 1932 election came within a tiny margin of the actual result.
▪ While the intention was to stimulate industrial growth by freeing the market, the actual result was vastly different.
▪ Also shown are the actual results for the full year 1992.
▪ Unlike the pre-election polls, Gallup's findings on how people had cast their ballots were very close to the actual result.
▪ He also said the actual size of the store had not yet been determined.
▪ On top of that, a super-levy of up to 3% - depending on the actual size of the harvest - would have to be imposed.
▪ The whole sheet would then be photographed at actual size and the resulting image used to make a plate.
▪ The Easton Press Books shown smaller than actual size.
▪ It often depends on the actual size of the specimens selected as sub-adults are often more agreeable than fully grown ones.
▪ In most cases you can choose whether to print the pattern at actual size or scaled to a percentage of actual size.
▪ Availability of resources and their actual use seem frequently to bear little relationship to each other.
▪ They figured that most personal computers are not in actual use most of the time they are turned on!
▪ Furthermore, it is said, a defensive strategy based on such weapons effectively rules out the actual use of nuclear weapons.
▪ Can you imagine advanced scientific methods divorced from the policy and ethics of their actual use?
▪ Although a hot-wire anemometer is simple in principle, its actual use is a matter of some complexity.
▪ But police believe these figures disguise actual use.
▪ Classroom activities here would prepare the learners to recognize the relevant co-occurrences and correlations as they occur in actual use.
▪ The likelihood is that such spare syntactic structures appear very infrequently as independent forms in actual use.
▪ The actual value of delta H varies from species to species.
▪ The customer has told you that he wants £3000 for the car - the actual value at 57,000 miles is half that.
▪ Therefore it's impossible to estimate the actual value of the deal.
▪ The words printed are not always the actual words spoken or written to us.
▪ Remember to pay ongoing attention to the intonation, and regard it as of equal importance to get right as the actual words.
▪ Nor would I have taken that any more seriously than I took his actual words.
▪ There is an evaluation of the Flesch Index, but mainly the analyses stress actual word usage rather than sentence construction perse.
▪ Allowing for the actual word being within ±1 of this figure, we have a measure of approximate word length.
▪ She picks up tones and drifts rather than actual words.
▪ Another kind of pattern mask is a word mask, in which the backward-masking stimulus is itself an actual word.
▪ May I check with the Minister his actual words, which I have in front of me?
▪ Most of the actual work of book provision is operated on an area basis - in common with other functions of the library service.
▪ The corporations are getting exceedingly rich, but manage to kiss off those who do the actual work for them.
▪ However in many branches active members who do actual work, not just attending committee meetings are few.
▪ I help you with the good taste, and then I do the actual work.
▪ The constant should be adjusted to reflect fairly the nature of the actual work involved.
▪ They learned from their experiments that performing the actual work took in total only 90 minutes.
▪ Charles found that, as ever, making a film involved much more hanging around than actual work.
▪ However, they should not be seen as paragons of efficiency in getting the actual work done.
PHRASES FROM OTHER ENTRIES
in (actual) fact
▪ Development time is, in fact, he says, cut from years to months.
▪ For that very denial had, in fact, given me far more.
▪ He did not in fact inherit the title until 1705, but a love of hunting he certainly did.
▪ I never did that in fact ... I went into filming, straight away.
▪ In other respects they are rather mysterious - more so in fact than seems to have been widely realized.
▪ Miss Ashley had in fact, except as regards changing her birth certificate, overcome all these obstacles to acceptance.
▪ The result was a wonderful success for Wren, for the garden planners and for Carteron himself-a triumph, in fact.
▪ When the smell was pure oak, I remembered childhood woods; in fact one particular place in one particular wood.
EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES
▪ Although buses are supposed to run every fifteen minutes, the actual waiting time can be up to an hour.
▪ How does the actual cost compare with the budget?
▪ It's a true story, based on actual events.
▪ The actual amount of water needed by the crop depends on the weather conditions.
▪ The party took place three days before Daniel's actual birthday.
EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS
▪ But this version involved an actual family everybody knows right here in town.
▪ Headroom isn't such a problem, though, and actual rear seat comfort is very good.
▪ However, the actual and potential role of the state requires consideration in different terms.
▪ It is an analysis of the actual communications practices in the global system in terms of traffic.
▪ Plus you receive the actual text and not a photocopy, or an actual image file and not a scan.