Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An abbreviation of the Latin fecit, (he) did it or made it.
“He never opened his mouth an 'he acted jes' lak a puf'fec 'gentleman an' a dutiful dotin 'husband -- (Bud wiped away a tear) -- until the time come for the fool spell to hit' im, an 'all to once you never seed sech a fool spell hit a man befo'.”
“Financial disclosure records for both candidates can be viewed online at www. fec.gov.”
“Read the internal RNC document obtained by CNN: rnc. fec.2009.”
“The fundraising reports of Fimian, Herrity and all other Virginia congressional candidates should be available at fec. gov on May 27.”
“The Federal Election Commission requires PACs to file reports on a quarterly or monthly basis, and that information is available at www. fec.gov.”
“I actually checked myself, check fec. gov and location Rafah, GA.”
“Obama's presidential campaign has received $2,812,336 from firms that employ registered federal lobbyists. [fec. gov]”
“Can they wait until the Bush Nominee held up by Obama is confirmed, or what happens if he isn't, and there is no functioning fec in 2008?”
“It really amazes me how many people have apparently never heard of opensecrets. org and/or fec. gov.”
“Consulting fec. gov seems to bear the estimate out pretty well.”
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