actual occurrence

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The case of Gridley is in no essential altered from one of actual occurrence, made public by a disinterested person who was professionally acquainted with the whole of the monstrous wrong from beginning to end.
It was on one of these occasions that a circumstance took place, which Nicholas, at the time, thoroughly believed to be the mere delusion of an imagination affected by disease; but which he had, afterwards, too good reason to know was of real and actual occurrence.
The reader will excuse me if I conceal the date or any other fact by which he might trace the actual occurrence.
But it is not a morbid one; it is a wholesome action of the mind, reasoning on actual occurrences.
However, skin color changes caused by food is an actual occurrence, albeit not very common.
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Furthermore, our national HIV-AIDS registry does not accurately reflect the actual occurrence of the disease in the country because it is a passive one that relies solely on reports of accredited hospitals, clinics, laboratories, and blood banks.
Significantly, going by last year's trend of forecast and actual occurrence of rainfall, even though the latest forecast predicts 88 per cent rainfall, it could actually be lower.
In older patients, this fear is often way out of pro-portion to the actual occurrence of these problems and may be a barrier to their use.
Due to the absence of independent human rights and media parties, it is difficult to detect truth behind incidents said to have occurred, whether speaking of the actual occurrence or who stands behind it, in case they did occur," it added.
This has resulted in the state acknowledging fewer cases of dengue than the actual occurrence.
In this book, he describes the sinking of a ship in the North Atlantic after striking an iceberg, almost identical to the actual occurrence.