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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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As a matter of fact, in the rounds of the WTO, as in the negotiations for an FTAA, Rosas asserts, lies a hidden agenda: protectionism for developed countries.
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As a matter of fact, I know Janet Joy to be a loyal member of the Catholic Church, very active in her parish, who has served time in jail in the defence of the unborn in Vancouver.
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