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(1) I'm not joking. Those were his actual words.
(2) I can not give the actual figures.
(3) We had estimated about 300 visitors, but the actual number was much higher.
(4) Both deny conspiring to cause actual bodily harm.
(5) I can give you the actual figures.
(6) The actual nest is a work of art.
(7) El Cid's actual existence is not in doubt.
(8) The actual signing of the treaty was a downbeat affair without any ceremony.
(9) The actual estimate for extra staff and consequential costs such as accommodation was an annual ￡9.18m.
(10) First we need to identify actual and potential problems.
(11) The ghosts are described as if they bear actual malice towards humans.
(12) The story is based on an actual incident.
(13) The actual measurement is two orders of magnitude greater than we expected.
(14) What were his actual words?
(15) Officials admit the actual number of AIDS victims is much higher than statistics reflect.
(16) I need the actual figures[Sentencedict], not an estimate.
(17) His actual age was 45, not 40 as he had stated on his form.
(18) We learned by actual experience that practice makes perfect.
(19) The lessons bear little relationship to the children's actual needs.
(20) I thought she was Portuguese, but in actual fact she's Brazilian.
(21) Memories can sometimes be pure fantasy, rather than actual recollections.
(22) What if you want to compare the actual contents of an object for equivalence?
(23) The actual cost of repairs was a lot less than we had expected.
(24) The segments are filmed using either local actors or the actual people involved.
(25) Their results owe more to informed guesswork than to actual knowledge.
(26) The documentary intersperses graphical animations with film clips of the actual event.
(27) For some people, reading travel books is a surrogate for actual travel.
(28) Their predictions were hopelessly out of line with the actual results.
(29) I knocked on the door but nobody answered. Reply is often used with the actual words spoken:'I won't let you down,' he replied.
(30) In stories the subject often comes after said, says or say when it follows the actual words spoken, unless it is a pronoun. Be quiet, I have something to say.
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