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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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Worse, they obtained the revocation of Furetiere's privilege in March 1685 (a few months before the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes--"une foi, une loi, un roi, et un dictionnaire," as Jean-Pol Caput quipped.) Furetiere's reaction was to plead his case, to both the king and the nascent literary public, in three Factums published in 1685 and 1686.
Japed Furetiere in his third Factum, "On a de la peine a s'abstenir de rire, quand on trouve le mot digerer comme un compose de gerer.
had been devoted to the legal strategy in the factums, though this
reflected by EGALE's factum at the British Columbia Court of
In the Metropolitan Community Church of Toronto (MCCT) factum in
The index to EGALE's factum submitted to the British Columbia
not make good use of it in their factum. The expert evidence did not
Indeed, the Halpern factum devoted four sections to historical and
factum discussed above set out the legal arguments right from the first