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- Realization or realisation may refer to: Realization (Eddie Henderson album), a 1973 album by Eddie Henderson< Realization (climb), a sport climbing route...
- The realisation of a unit of measure is the conversion of its definition into reality. The International vocabulary of metrology identifies three distinct...
- philosophy. Self-realisation is one of the major pre-requisites to attain ultimate enlightenment and liberation (moksha). Self-realisation means peeling...
- Benefits Realization Management (BRM) (also benefits management, benefits realisation or project benefits management) is one of the many ways of managing how...
- transition the economy to be more reliant on high technology, based on the realisation that South Africa cannot compete with Far Eastern economies in manufacturing...
- a 2008 do****entary Living with Boy George, he talks about his first realisation he was ****, and when he first told his parents. He discloses that he...
- an impregnable fortress and the eastern equivalent of Gibraltar. The realisation that Britain could not defend its entire empire pushed Australia and...
- The ISS is helping further advance near-Earth space exploration and realisation of prospective programmes of research and exploration of the Solar system...
- The Short Message Service is realised by the use of the Mobile Application Part (MAP) of the SS7 protocol, with Short Message protocol elements being transported...
- In linguistics, and particularly phonology, stress or accent is relative emphasis or prominence given to a certain syllable in a word, or to a certain...
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