### Some articles on *realized*:

... While thinking about optical waveguides, Henry suddenly

**realized**that a double heterostructure is a waveguide for electrons, and that a heterostructure with a thin central active layer would have ... Henry further

**realized**that these discrete electron states would greatly alter the optical absorption edge of the semiconductor ... of Henry's predicted quantum effects, Henry

**realized**that the quantum well structure would alter the density of states of the semiconductor and result in an improved semiconductor laser ...

... strike, while the floating leg pays the

**realized**correlation ... Given a set of nonnegative weights on securities, the

**realized**correlation is defined as the weighted average of all pairwise correlation coefficients ... Most correlation swaps trade using equal weights, in which case the

**realized**correlation formula simplifies to ...

**Realized**

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**Realized**is defined by § 1001(b) of Internal Revenue Code, and is one of two variables in the formula used to compute gains and losses when determining gross income for tax purposes ... The Amount

**Realized**– Adjusted Basis tells the amount of

**Realized**Gain (if positive) or

**Realized**Loss (if negative) ...

... typically prepalatalized свеќа /ˈsvɛca/ ('candle') is

**realized**as, меѓа /ˈmɛɟa/ ('border, frontier') is

**realized**as a similar features occurs with the palatal nasal јадење /ˈjad ... лебо(в)и /ˈlɛbɔvi/ → /ˈlɛbɔi/ (

**realized**as ) and in most other positions, e.g ... то(в)ар /ˈtɔvar/ → /ˈtɔar/ (

**realized**as ) certain short words (conjunctions, pronouns, determiners, etc.) have undergone further elision, ex ...

... While taxpayers generally prefer non-recognition for

**realized**gains (so they do not have to recognize the gain currently and pay the resulting federal income tax currently), they usually prefer to recognize ... like-kind exchange is bad news in the case of a

**realized**loss ...

### Famous quotes containing the word realized:

“I *realized* how for all of us who came of age in the late sixties and early seventies the war was a defining experience. You went or you didn’t, but the fact of it and the decisions it forced us to make marked us for the rest of our lives, just as the depression and World War II had marked my parents.”

—Linda Grant (b. 1949)

“[Tolstoy] discovered—and certainly never *realized* his discovery—he discovered a method of picturing life which most pleasingly and exactly corresponds to our idea of time. He is the only writer I know of whose watch keeps time with numberless watches of his readers.”

—Vladimir Nabokov (1899–1977)

“I spent eight years trying to reach him and then another seven trying to keep him locked up because I *realized* that what was lying behind that boy’s eyes was purely and simply evil.”

—John Carpenter (b. 1948)