Some articles on realise:
... "You Made Me Realise" is a song by the alternative rock band My Bloody Valentine, the lead track from a single and EP released on 8 August 1988 on Creation Records ... The promotional video for "You Made Me Realise" was directed by ex-Jesus and Mary Chain bassist Douglas Hart ... For the 2008/09 reunion shows, "You Made Me Realise" brought each show to an ear-splitting conclusion, reaching up to 130 dB ...
... a body is discovered amongst the herbs, the ladies realise they could be in serious danger ... by Holly, Volkar's three-legged dog, they begin to realise that Holly's misfortune may be linked to that of her deceased owner.. ...
... who are not used to any constitution cannot realise what great power you are going to wield ... You too will realise this ... You could not realise what great courage has been shown by Mr ...
... Do You Realise was the second EP released by the Dublin-based Irish indie–alternative rock band, Delorentos ... The EP contained the tracks "Do You Realise", "Neon (Extended)", "All This Time" and "Circumstance and Chance" ...
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More definitions of "realise":
- (verb): Earn on some commercial or business transaction; earn as salary or wages.
Synonyms: gain, take in, clear, make, earn, realize, pull in, bring in
- (verb): Convert into cash; of goods and property.
- (verb): Expand or complete (a thorough-based part in a piece of baroque music) by supplying the harmonies indicated in the figured bass.
Famous quotes containing the word realise:
“I realise that patriotism is not enough. I must have no hatred or bitterness towards anyone.”
—Edith Cavell (18651915)
“A long war like this makes you realise the society you really prefer, the home, goats chickens and dogs and casual acquaintances. I find myself not caring at all for gardens flowers or vegetables cats cows and rabbits, one gets tired of trees vines and hills, but houses, goats chickens dogs and casual acquaintances never pall.”
—Gertrude Stein (18741946)
“If church prelates, past or present, had even an inkling of physiology theyd realise that what they term this inner ugliness creates and nourishes the hearing ear, the seeing eye, the active mind, and energetic body of man and woman, in the same way that dirt and dung at the roots give the plant its delicate leaves and the full-blown rose.”
—Sean OCasey (18841964)