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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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Agents also claimed that allies of the Miami family threw objects at them, and in fact they can be seen doing so in the video footage as the INS agents are leaving the scene of the raid.
All the Bowie High plaintiffs, in fact, are American citizens or legal residents.
In fact, his investigation should win an award for fine reporting.
I'm fearful that people will look at this as a way to try to get in to resolve the welfare problem and may not in fact have a true debilitating disability,'' said Terrance O'Reilly, acting assistant INS commissioner for naturalization.
Two contact center locations and eleven face-to-face sites throughout Argentina have been certified to the COPC-2000(R) Standard, in fact, CTI Movil represents the first company worldwide to achieve certification on face-to-face locations.
So big, in fact, that revenues from studio-licensed dolls, toys, games, books, computer software and Halloween costumes can be critical to a movie's bottom line.
In fact, storing personal information on a computer can be just as risky unless data is protected via security software featuring 128-bit encryption, such as Passwords Plus.
Nobody wants to say that, in fact, we don't want to support programs and facilities from which the San Fernando Valley does not benefit.