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authentic

1. (of a deed or other document) duly executed, any necessary legal formalities having been complied with
2. Music
a. using period instruments and historically researched scores and playing techniques in an attempt to perform a piece as it would have been played at the time it was written
b. (in combination)
3. Music
a. (of a mode as used in Gregorian chant) commencing on the final and ending an octave higher
b. (of a cadence) progressing from a dominant to a tonic chord
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A year ago Frys Family Foods, a market leader in vegan foods, launched its Authentically Durban range, a new vegan foodie experience created exclusively in association with Deena Naidoo, South Africas first MasterChef.
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"Victorian Wedding Dress in the United States: A History Through Paper Dolls" is a lovely set of authentically reconstructed wedding dresses and paper dolls to fit them on from 1850 to the turn of the century.
We're attracted to happy people--not frenetic, false-sounding, "things are perfect in my life"-styled people--but rather authentically happy people.
So, by the final count, it authentically emulates some of the greatest elements of the sport.
"Journey from Head to Heart: Living and Working Authentically" is a guide to doing just that--living life while putting one's A-game and heart into it.
I think that I was afraid of becoming "extinct." It took me a minute to set aside my natural arrogance and then conclude that it's "not about me." It is about people's desire to express themselves authentically. Our right to do so even if it seems blurred and indistinct.
All are created with natural ingredients and are free from artificial colours and flavourings, in addition to being authentically sourced.
This despite DJ Chris Moyles being severely censured when the F word was used "authentically" by Elton John on Moyles's daytime show.