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fecit

(ˈfeɪkɪt)
(Art Terms) (he or she) made it: used formerly on works of art next to the artist's name. Abbreviation: fec.
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1295 dubium gressum fecit ad assertam violationem can.
Bisogna accomodarsi alla patienza, perche Dio fecit nos, non ipsi nos.
What in the early days offered a way to read Scripture without demeaning God developed into the argument that if God could do it, and it was fitting, then God did it (potuit, decuit, ergo fecit)--an argument used to support doctrines for which direct scriptural foundation was lacking.
(67) Canterbury, MS 1: 'Deposito Archigallo a regni solio propter suam ferocitatem Elidurus frater eius in regem electus est qui propter pietatem quam fecit in suum fratrem postea primus appollatus.'
It contains Apologia de Tribus Locis Quos ut Recte Taxatos a Stunica Defenderat Sanctius Caranza Theologus, Apologia Adversus Libellum Stunicae cui Titulum Fecit Blasphermiae et Impietates Erasmi, Apologia ad Prodromon Stunicae, Apologia ad Stunicae Conclusiones, and Epistola Apologetica Adversus Stunicam.
Coepit enim Jesus facere et docere (Acts 1:1), sacerdotibus relinquens exemplum, ut sequantur vestigia ejus, qui peccatum non fecit, ut sit honestas in conversatione: Nec inventus est dolus in ore ejus (1 Pt 2:21-22), ut sit veritas in praedicatione." De Sacro Altaris Mysterio, PL 217:784; See also: Guillaume Durand, Rationale divinorum officiorum, ed.