matter of fact


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matter of fact

1. Law a statement of facts the truth of which the court must determine on the basis of the evidence before it: contrasted with matter of law
2. Philosophy a proposition that is amenable to empirical testing, as contrasted with the truths of logic or mathematics
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"A Matter of Fact" at once mobilizes the conventions of portraiture and highlights the fictions that undergird them.
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As a matter of fact, although work prevented Hamilton from studying as much as boys with less mature responsibility, he was a brilliant student, a quick study in the truest sense.
Matter of fact, jot down these NSNs for alternators and parts kits available for different model HMMWVs:
As a matter of fact, springing for a reusable coffee mug can actually end up saving you money down the road as large coffeehouse chains join smaller cafes and university food services across the country that offer discounts to customers toting their own drinking vessels.
As a matter of fact, not only the freedom of propagating, but also that of religious worship was denied."
As a matter of fact, most genetically modified crops have been modified and selected only to tolerate high-formulated herbicide absorption, but the plants are not submitted for registration requiring chronic toxicity studies involving long-term feeding of animals.
As a matter of fact, I recently read that for every year of college education you complete, you raise your future salary or wages by 10 percent.
Corpi writes a matter of fact narrative that underscores the deep passion underlying the events, both past and present.
As a matter of fact my argument is that only true jointness can come from within the services, and we have ample example of how that jointness has worked very well.
It's his engaging, but matter of fact, presentation that gets your attention.