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  • r  as a fact or based on fact
    they learn much, factually, about the problems of retirement and provision for old age, and, psychologically, in the sharing of their thoughts on retirement

  • Jerome Corsi has jousted lucratively with Barack Obama, tackling the presidential candidate's reputation with a best-selling if factually challenged book that accuses the Senator .
  • It is factually correct, it's absolutely factually correct.
  • Frey, as everybody knows, is the author of two books that were published as memoirs--A Million Little Pieces and My Friend Leonard--but turned out to be not especially factually .
News & Articles

  • Totally Wicked Sends E-cigarette to each Member of the European Parliament in Fight against TPD
    BLACKBURN, England, June 12, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- UK based electronic cigarette manufacturer Totally Wicked Ltd, has taken the decision to send all 754 MEPs an electronic cigarette. Accompanying the e-cigarette will be a briefing document that simply and factually explains why...
    June 12, 2013 - PR Newswire
  • Column: Charges of racism harm character
    A respondent to one of my letters stated Tea Partiers and Republicans hate facts. I believe that is a factually unsupportable canard.
    June 12, 2013 - Marshfield News Herald
  • Wes Welker creates internet firestorm, BYU-Texas Tech rivalry, by tweeting recruit
    Former Red Raider Wes Welker tried to sway a recruit to pick Texas Tech over Brigham Young on Twitter, in doing so inciting the rage of BYU fans, saying something that's factually wrong, and probably committing an NCAA violation. More : Vanquish the Foe, for BYU fans Viva the Matadors, for Texas Tech fans Welker noticed a tweet from Nick Kurtz, a three-star receiver who plays at Grossmont ...
    June 10, 2013 - SB Nation

  • Barack Obama in Washington Post
    That makes for a good sound bite, but it's not factually accurate. It is not true,Obama said. "A vote for reform is a vote to put a stop to taxpayer-funded bailouts."
  • Bill Clinton in Washington Post
    A lot of the things that were said were factually inaccurate,Clinton said. "I did not ever criticize Senator Obama personally in South Carolina. ...... But I think whenever I defend her, I, A, risk being misquoted, and, B, risk being the...
  • Mohamed ElBaradei in Africasia
    Instead of simply dismissing the allegations as "forged" and "fabricated", Iran "should clarify the extent to which the documentation is factually correct and where, as it asserts, such information may have been fabricated or relates to non-nuclear...

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