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"Facta" is a musical album of Dom F. Scab.

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  1. Facta is a Japanese monthly news magazine that features economic information for readers.
  2. Facta is an encyclopedia in Finnish. It was published as a series of 11 volumes between 1969 and 1974. It describes subjects from a Finnish point of view. Chief editor was Veli Valpola.

Phrases with Facta

  1. Micrarionta facta
  2. species Micrarionta facta
  3. Rhinortha Chlorophaea Facta
  4. subspecies Rhinortha chlorophaea facta

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Google previewIT Manager's Handbook: The Business Edition (2009)

by Bill Holtsnider, Brian D. Jaffe

(FACTA). The FACTA is a consumer rights bill that became fully effective June 1, 2005, and is an extension of the Fair Credit Reporting ...

Google previewMass Notification and Crisis Communications (2012)

Planning, Preparedness, and Systems by Denise C. Walker

Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (FACTA) and the Red Flag Rule FACTA is a federal law with rules to help consumers fight identity theft through accuracy, privacy, limits on information sharing, and consumer rights to disclosure. The Red Flag Rule consists of guidelines and requirements for credit and debit card issuers to assess the validity of a change of address request and procedures to reconcile different consumer addresses.

Google previewCommentaries on the Gallic War with a Dictionary and Notes by ... (1866)

E.A. Andrews by Julius Caesar

Com- pluribus navibus fractis, reliquae quum essent, funibus, ancoris reliquisque armamentis amissis, ad navigandum inutiles, magna, id quod necesse erat accidere, totius exercitus perturbatio facta est : neque ...

Google previewThe law lexicon; or dictionary of jurisprudence, etc (1867)


Facta armorum, feats of arms, jousts, tournaments, &c. Facta sunt potentiora verbis.-(Deeds are more powerful than words.) Facta tenent multa quae fieri prohibentur.— 12 Co. 125. —(Deeds contain many things which are prohibited ...

Google previewKritisch-etymologisches Wörterbuch der magyarischen Sprache, etc. (Magyaricae linguae lexicon critico-etymologicum, etc.). (1833)


Bukás, praecipitatio cum allisione facta, der Fall, Sturz mit Anschlagen 2) bukás a' viz аи, praecipitatio -infra ‚ aquam cum strepitu facta, das Fallen unter das Wasser mit Getöse 3) ruina fortunarum,l der Bankerott. ч _ ~~ «- _» 1.....-..

Google previewThe cyclopedic dictionary of law (1901)

by Walter A. Shumaker, George Foster Longsdorf

FACTA. In old English law. Deeds. Facto. armumm, deeds or feats of arms; that is, jousts or tournaments. Cowell. Facts. Fcctc ct cos-us, facts and cases. Bracton, fol. 1b. FACTA SUNT POTENTIORA VERBIS. Facts are more powerful than words. FACTA TENENT MULTA QUAE FIERI prohibentur. Deeds contain many things which are prohibited to be done. 12 Coke, 124. FACTIO TESTAMENTI (Lat.) ...

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The value of this 5-letter word is 10 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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