Real Loss

Real Loss

A company or investment's losses after considering the impact of inflation. See also: Real.
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The Football League, since rebranded as the English Football League, is understood to have taken issue with that injection of cash and considered the real loss figure to be PS69.
30pm - it's a real loss of earnings on Friday night.
Dr Ibrahim stressed that the real loss resulting of this crisis is the failure to promote education in the region and deprive the students to benefit from QF and its scholarship programmes, especially as it includes a number of the largest international universities that offer the best academic, scientific and research programs.
But Dave Smith, secretary of the Blacklist Support Group, said many workers had received compensation well below their real loss.
The speakers in their papers termed Intizar Hussain's death a real loss to society and lauded his style of writing in Urdu literature.
Doing so would result in a real loss of face after they went on the offensive on several occasions.
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.
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.