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FACT

Abbreviation for Foundation for the Accreditation of Cellular Therapy.
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In fact, it is routinely referred to by courts as the majority position.
In fact, the division of Germany may be called the agonal principle that motivated and structured Immendorff's work from the mid-'70s until the fall of the Berlin Wall.
In fact, digital systems are recommended because of its proven ability to help recognize and capture threats in record time.
Besides freeing up resources to target terrorists, such legalization would severely diminish the document fraud and smuggling that can in fact assist terrorists.
In fact, as of Autumn 2002, they are all proprietary forms solutions that happen to be based on XML.
(122) In fact, both the then-director of the FBI and the regional counsel of the INS, testified to Congress that the sole basis of the government's efforts to deport the LA-8 was their political affiliations.
In fact, research shows a dramatic increase in psychological distress in people who perform demanding jobs that fail to make the most of their skills ("Counseling and Psychotherapy of Work Dysfunctions" by Rodney L.
"In fact, the foreign student visa program is one of the most unregulated and exploited visa categories."
In fact, some states have tried to actively recruit skilled immigrant populations.
In fact, immigration continues to increase prodigiously, especially amongst Mexicans.
But, in fact, some operators may not have funded their start-up project adequately, while others may not have properly allocated and deployed available cash that was provided in their initial capital budget.
In fact, the INS is involved in more gunfights than all other federal agencies combined.