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Fact
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Fact: A doing, making, or preparing. [Obs.] A project for the fact and vending Of a new kind of fucus, paint for ladies. B. Jonson. An effect produced or achieved anythin
Fact finding
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Fact finding: Searching for and uncovering of information, determination of the facts in a particular incident or situation
Fact is stranger than fiction
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Fact is stranger than fiction: Things that occur in real life are often stranger than those that are made up
Factbook
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Factbook: Book containing information about a particular subject or field
Faction
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Faction: (Anc. Hist.) One of the divisions or parties of charioteers (distinguished by their colors) in the games of the circus. A party, in political society, combined o
Faction chairman
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Faction chairman: Head of a political camp or interest in parliament
Faction leader
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Faction leader: Leader of a splinter group, head of a political camp or interest
Factional
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Factional: Of or pertaining to a faction characterized by factions, composed of small partisan groups
Factionalise
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Factionalise: Split into factions cause a group to split into factions (also factionalize)
Factionalize
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Factionalize: Split into factions cause a group to split into factions (also factionalise)
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