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Fadia: The gens Fadia was a plebeian family at Rome. The gens came originally from the municipium of Arpinum. Some of its members settled at Rome, while others remained in their native place. The Fadii appear in history about the time of Cicero, but none of them rose to any higher office than the tribuneship. Under the Empire, two of the Fadii held the consulship.
- also known as Fadius
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The Meeting (2012)
For the Families & Friends of Alcoholics by Lois Barleycorn Dickens
Fadia is a long-time member ofAL. “Welcome back—it may all still seem strange and you will probably go away not understanding much about what you hear tonight but if you feel something that brings you back then that is enough to be going ...
by Emanuel Strauss
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by James Richardson
fadia.) Abstt- uence, fasting, prohibition ; unlawfulness, incest; anything tabooed.
fadia. , supplies both of troops and of money were required from to remain constantly in the field, during the whole war; India. Europe; and experience had fully proved, that unless and although they did not enter into cantonments, or the power ...
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