2 : to bring into being : accomplish realize
a lifelong ambition <The war looked like my chance to realize
my old dream of flying.
that while she has time available, other staff members may not have that option at this time.
Using this integrated approach, companies can expect to realize
benefits ranging from 10 to 25 percent of their capital expenditures.
Higher sensitivity TuMR thin-film heads that help realize
such high read performance are thus attracting considerable attention.
Which leads to the real point: When will the fast followers realize
that Toyota has won this PR war, and that all the eco-weenies really care about is that the great unwashed masses bow before their superior environmental awareness while they savage Detroit for its shortsightedness and inability to lead?
They didn't want to realize
it might happen to them.
And those who are receptive to this higher truth also realize
that inherent in their innate nature is an awareness of the Creator Who fashioned us out of clay and infused us with Spirit (r), giving life to earthly creatures.
I was acutely aware that thousands of civil rights workers had risked their lives, and some gave their lives, so that I would have the simple opportunity to study and grow, and maybe one day repay others for the great sacrifices they made to realize
a more integrated and just society.
Working with her I've come to realize
that it is best to let her lead."
More importantly, though, they realize
that the Gothic is a specific and highly conventional means of interrogating themselves and the world they live in.
Because it made me realize
there were some very basic questions that I had failed to address.
When people ask me, "Isn't it hard living without meat?," I realize
that I couldn't begin to imagine myself eating meat.