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FACT

Abbreviation for Foundation for the Accreditation of Cellular Therapy.

fact,

n a thing done; an event or a circumstance; an actual occurrence.
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In the first installment of the trilogy, Zuckerman tells us that while dancing with Joy he began dreaming "a realistic chronicle" (American Pastoral 85) concerning the Swede giving us a clear generic frame to interpret what follows, here, in The Counterlife, we are told how the writer becomes gradually entranced by an engrossing idea concerning the transformation of the raw factuality of the old notebook entries into a story.
Thus, in the Supreme Court's estimation the dual benefits of images--that they attract attention and evoke emotion--do not thereby preclude their factuality.
As so many critics have shown, Hemingway's apparent forthrightness is not forthright at all, but the appearance of truthfulness and factuality has value in itself.
Thus, although problems of objecthood and factuality of modes of being are undoubtedly not accidental in postmodernist contexts, the fact that postmodernist artifacts are constructs of cognitive activity rather than "existents" in the sense that gold or stars are is evident.
As an example of this, Ramadan pointed to the French law which criminalizes the act of challenging the factuality of the Holocaust.
RT has therefore been cleared of all charges of insufficient impartiality and factuality in these reports.
This should be the reason for Breitrose (2012) asserting that documentary film-making should not only be honest or clear in its factuality.
It shows a more plausible motion to emphasize the linear silhouette emanating from the body based on factuality.
You have to answer to its factuality," says Sorkin.
Editor's note: the factuality of the below article cannot be confirmed and no attempt has been made to do so.
Despite the prevalence of these claims, Chun Lin's rigorously intelligent and provocative book The Transformation of Chinese Socialism asks us to rethink both the factuality and the normative desirability of socialism's disappearance.