A term often used to describe A streamers accuracy. (Often used in Iowa)
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'dramatic purposes'; changing the facts to make your story funnier or more interesting (and possibly to dodge potential defamatory / libel lawsuits)
some of the characters names and certain locations and events have been fictionalised for hysterical accuracy
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The level of accuracy from people in the hood. This is usually little to no accuracy.
Jose: dam those foos tried to kill the drug dealer last night.
Javier: yea too bad they had hood accuracy, they didnt even hit him.
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An accuracy-boo is someone who frequently calls attention to inaccuracies in an unpleasant manner, often reprimanding others or just being plain rude.
User: "Hey dude, check out this Vietnam outfit I made!"

"That isn't even accurate, terrible job," says the Accuracy-Boo.
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Historical Accuracy: The combined definitions of the words "Historical" and "Accuracy".
The term "Historical Accuracy" is defined as concerning history or past events, in the state of being correct or precise.
If a piece of entertainment claims to be historically accurate and yet it does not line up with historical documents, photographs, or first-hand accounts, then it is not considered historically accurate, but historical fiction, alternate history, or something else.

Historical accuracy is typically used in reference to forms of entertainment like books, movies, and video games, all of which sometimes base themselves in specific eras of world history. Historical accuracy in these forms of entertainment exists at varying levels, typically depending on the story's setting, the specific genre, and the expectations that consumers have for it. Sometimes, the historical accuracy of a specific piece of entertainment can be increased or decreased, based on the creator injecting their political and or religious beliefs into the story.

Additionally, sometimes the terms "historical accuracy" and "historical authenticity" are politicized and used to suggest closeted bigotry and or sexism, but this idea is incorrect. With few exceptions, those that desire historical accuracy or authenticity in their entertainment only want it as it is defined. There is no secret or nefarious definition of historical accuracy, for the majority of consumers.
The Typically Conversational Interpretation of Historical Accuracy
Sam: "Hey Phil, you see Pearl Harbor, yet? It's a fun film!"
Phil: "No, I haven't. I heard it's not very historically accurate. There's nothing wrong with you enjoying it, but I personally like historically accurate films more than Michael Bay's big budget popcornfests."
Sam: "Yeah, that's fine. I just thought you might be interested in it, since it's a WWII film."

The Politicized Conversational Interpretation of Historical Accuracy
Dave: "Hey Mark, you gonna buy Battlefield V? I just saw the reveal trailer and it looks great!"
Mark: "Naw, man. I'm more interested in historically accurate games like Call of Duty 2 or Brothers in Arms. I don't wanna run around WWII Europe as a pirate-hooked British woman with Braveheart war-paint. It's fine if you like it, though."
Dave: "Um, historical accuracy? People say that's just a code term for advocating sexism and racism in video games.

Mark: "What isn't a code term for sexism and racism, these days? No, it's not actually sexist or racist to want only people that were actually there, whoever they are, to be in specific historical settings and battles. That is by definition, historical accuracy."
Dave: "Yeah, I suppose so."
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When used in reference to a fictional story, "historical accuracy" actually means "Pretending that women or people of color are not real"

"Historical accuracy" is used as a replacement, to pretend one's bigotry is coherent and well reasoned.
"Did you see the trailer for Fantasy Magic Battle 8?"
"Yeah, I think it was really cool when the triple-headed dragon arrived to support the 4000 year old water wizard and the cat demon, but why is the player character black? Why don't game developers care about historical accuracy anymore?"
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A bolt action sniper rifle manufactured in Great Britain. It is essentailly a scaled-up 7.62mm AW, rechambered for the .300 Winchester Magnum and .338 Lapua Magnum, both of which have greater range and flatter trajectory than the 7.62mm. It was recently adopted by the German armed forces.
British Guy #1: I say, old chap, this AW is a fine rifle, but we could make it even better. What say we chamber it in that American .300 Winchester Magnum round?

British Guy #2: Here here!
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