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FACT

Abbreviation for Foundation for the Accreditation of Cellular Therapy.
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No anchor, no cable, no fences avail to keep a fact a fact.
Every law which the state enacts indicates a fact in human nature; that is all.
The legislature of the United States would certainly have full power to provide, that in appeals to the Supreme Court there should be no re-examination of facts where they had been tried in the original causes by juries.
The scientist reasons inductively from the facts of experience.
As fast as the ascertained facts of science have overthrown their subjective explanations of things, they have made new subjective explanations of things, including explanations of the latest ascertained facts.
Exactly the same present fact would not call up the same memory if our past experience had been different.
We might, in fact, define one chain of experience, or one biography, as a series of occurrences linked by mnemic causation.
I have always felt proud, whenever I think of the incident, that my mother had strength of character enough not to be led into the temptation of seeming to be that which she was not--of trying to impress my schoolmates and others with the fact that she was able to buy me a "store hat" when she was not.
He had sufficient insight to understand that she valued nothing in the world--herself least of all--and he made no attempt to conceal the fact that he was a coward in some respects.
Or if this postulate is as untenable as all the others, still I am very glad that I did not then lose any fact of the majesty, and beauty, and pathos of the great certain measures for the sake of that fourth dimension of the poem which is not yet made palpable or visible.
And the fact that there was a full moon clinched it.
I will then pass on to the variability of species in a state of nature; but I shall, unfortunately, be compelled to treat this subject far too briefly, as it can be treated properly only by giving long catalogues of facts.