real source

real source

[′rēl ′sȯrs]
(acoustics)
A source of sound consisting of a macroscopic body that is composed of materials different from those of the medium in which the sound propagates and has sharply delineated physical extent, and which generates sound by executing complex motions while immersed in the medium.
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People are real source of change and they have given their verdict in favour of Nawaz Sharif,' he said and added that the PML-N would once again win the next general elections on basis of its people-friendly policies.
And she loved her family: They were her real source of inspiration and strength,' he said.
The real source enabling us to improve social standards considerably, and to finance the army, and start funding the programmes for employment and new jobs, is US$1.
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He is a member of the Real Source Board of Realtors Gold Level.
But his erratic behaviour was a real source of frustration and a skipped training session too many saw Fergie sell him to Allardyce in January 2012.
Jordan Roeschlaub along with Jordan Shrier led the team that represented Real Source.
This goes to one of Thomas' core interests: He loves trying to take myths and legends and imagine the reality behind them and the real source behind them.
Talking to a group of visiting probationer officer of Information Academy here on Wednesday, she said that she intends to make Radio Pakistan a real source of information, education and entertainment for the masses.
Analysts at the agency said, 'Many banks in southern Europe have become dependent on ECB facilities as their only real source of wholesale funding.
If they are, then perhaps the real source of problems in our education system is less the constant meddling of ministers than the lunatics we have working in it.