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- adv. in fact; by the act or fact
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In fact; by the act or fact.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In law (properly de facto), in fact; in deed; by the act or fact.
Ex post facto is Latin for from after the deed.
So what we have, de facto, is a situation where no meaningful limit is imposed on anyone who needs a beard for secular reasons, but one is imposed on one who needs to grow a beard for religious reasons.
These prejudices are rooted in the idea that every tramp, ipso facto, is a blackguard.
Common Law marriage is sometimes referred to as facto marriage.
Yesterday's term was ipso facto, which is defined as:
Yesterday's term was ex post facto, which is defined as:
The other thing is, if you do get a credit alert on your account, just know there was a law passed called facto in December of last year that says that alert cannot be extended beyond that 90 days.
Jay recalled a facto id he'd read somewhere, that all statues of southern Civil War generals faced north.
If higher pressure is put on deficit countries, as it is de facto, that is not necessarily a good new.
moratorium is obvious. lester brown thinks it's already here, de facto, which is probably right, since the recession gives us another couple years to get really really really frightened and really really really organized before utility-scale investment returns to being comfortable.
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