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1. Music exactly in tune
2. (of a compass bearing) according to the earth's geographical rather than magnetic poles
3. Biology conforming to the typical structure of a designated type
4. Physics not apparent or relative; taking into account all complicating factors

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(geodesy)
Related to true north.
(science and technology)
Actual, as constrasted with fictitious, such as true sun.
Related to a fixed point, either on the earth or in space, in contrast with relative, which is related to a moving point.
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Army Chief said provision of civic facilities and peaceful environment in less developed areas of Baluchistan is a dream coming true.
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PML-N president further claimed that each stance taken by the political party and its leaders since July 28 is coming true as predicted.
It is common for Hindu believers to tonsure their hair at a temple as a young child, and also to celebrate a wish coming true, such as the birth of a baby or the curing of an illness.
The theory goes that when we make a prediction about the outcome of a situation this triggers changes in behaviour which in turn lead to that prediction coming true.
e theory goes that when we make a prediction about the outcome of a situation The theory goes that when we make a prediction about the outcome of a situation this triggers changes in behaviour which in turn lead to that prediction coming true.
Kelly Clarkson has long wanted a little baby of her own, and now that it is its a real, tangible dream coming true, she is mapping out all the characteristics from the baby's weight to the baby names (two things you'll be surprised about
While it looks like his greatest dream is coming true there is trouble on the home front.
The city now boosts the world's 6th largest airport, metro connectivity, flyovers, strong hospitality sector and so on," she said while noting that her dream has started coming true.
Elena's mum, Lisa, said: "It was just fantastic to see Elena's dreams coming true.
The last point made about local Toffees in the future not wanting to be fans of a team not in Liverpool could end up coming true, specially when you look at the stats.
To be honest, I feel a bit depressed now because there's no chance of any of that lot coming true - except for the first one of course.