Real Loss

Real Loss

A company or investment's losses after considering the impact of inflation. See also: Real.
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But she may have a completely different kind of epilepsy, called petit Tw mal, where there is no real loss of consciousness but simply a dream-like state lasting between five and 30 seconds.
Carers who feel forced to leave their jobs are a real loss to the workforce and economy.
Very funny, very gentle, man: his death is a real loss to comedy.
Any real loss is difficult to cope with in the framework of fiction.
Institute of Welsh Affairs chairman Geraint Talfan Davies said: "It was a real loss that she wasn't able to continue as much as she would have liked due to her illness.
His agent Peter Charlesworth said the star will be "sorely missed" and "a real loss to the acting profession".
The effects are a real loss for everyone that has come to rely on the data to better understand who votes and why," Blumenthal said.
This loss is a real loss to Al Ain," family's neighbour.
She was a very good bitch and well bred and is a real loss to the kennel.
The Rev Bruce Harrison, who said Leeds-born Mrs Burniston was very proud of her Romany background, said: "She will be a real loss to the town.
It would be a real loss if it was to end," said spokesman Tim Powell.
Miss Ward will be a real loss to the school and missed by many people.