Indeed, actual experience in the energy business appears to be grounds for disqualification.
I mean, I do end up writing, but in a twelve hour writing day, I have about four hours of actual writing.
As famous as the physician “god complex” may be, presumably nobody really thinks doctors have actual superhuman powers.
A judge dismissed the case a week later, saying, “Federal court only has authority of actual cases and controversies.”
We only got such thrills a few times—remember Gordana's actual garment made of actual newspaper?
The law has nothing to do with the actual state of the parties' minds.
There was a question in his voice, though he did not give it actual words.
The actual decrease may be found by means of a spring balance.
They are provisions for actual interests which, it seemed, ought to be provided for.
I mention these extremes only to show the range of their actual influence.
early 14c., "pertaining to an action," from Old French actuel "now existing, up to date" (13c.), from Late Latin actualis "active, pertaining to action," adjectival form of Latin actus (see act (n.)). The broader sense of "real, existing" (as opposed to potential, ideal, etc.) is from late 14c.