factum


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factum

(ˈfæktəm)
n
the act or deed of a persona statement of facts and argument filed by each party in a court casethe product in a mathematical equation
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In the interview, he said that when it became clear that he had to accept the Henoko plan, he had to find a ''post factum justification.
First, it further discusses one of the main principles of both Auerbach's and Said's historicist humanism--Giambattista Vico's idea that verum et factum convertuntur--arguing in favor of a more problematic reception of this crucial epistemological principle starting from Vico's early work De antiquissima italorum sapientia (On the most ancient wisdom of the Italians, 1710).
Aidan O'Brien, trainer of Factum and Oracle "Factum is in good form after running fourth in the Beresford last weekend.
Some of these have been recreated by Adam Lowe and Factum Arte, and though horned rams' masks and viciously beaked birds would have made the furniture difficult to use, Piranesi's designs certainly had European-wide influence.
defence of non est factum is that in truth, the document has not been
29-30; see also Factum of the CCLA, supra note 28 at paras.
Business communities react to initiatives of the Government post factum, sometimes only after teh laws are forwarded to me for signature," said President Kurmanbek Bakiev at the meeting of the Investment Council today.
In his Oslo speech, Obama made no effort to provide, post factum, a plausible justification for this decision.
Yet that factum does not make it the significant contribution that it is.
Voisin, the first issue of the 'Sentinelle' containing the beginning of publication of his factum [statement of fact in law] addressed to Monseigneur O'Leary, Archbishop of Edmonton.
In its factum before the Court of Appeal, the Crown said the accused either acted irresponsibly or was wilfully ignoring the consequences of his acts.