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FAITSFaulkner's Advisory for Information Technology Studies
FAITSFacility Action Items Tracking System
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References in classic literature ?
Daphnis et Chloe que sont faits Philemon et Baucis.
And fait that same is no wonder at all at all (so be plased to stop curlin your nose), for every inch o' the six wakes that I've been a gintleman, and left aff wid the bogthrothing to take up wid the Barronissy, it's Pathrick that's been living like a houly imperor, and gitting the iddication and the graces.
"An honest man and an honest woman may be insulted, but to tell a thief he's a thief is simply la constatation d'un fait."
shot, fragments of astronomical instruments, a piece of crown work, and a bronze clock, bearing this inscription--"Bazin m'a fait," the mark of the foundry of the arsenal at Brest about 1785.
Now, this is a subject on which I flatter myself I really am au fait .
"C' est bien pour un garcon de rein comme cet individu dont vous avez fait un ami, mais pas pour vous, pas pour vous.*[2] Only a hobbledehoy could amuse himself in this way," he added in Russian- but pronouncing the word with a French accent- having noticed that Zherkov could still hear him.
Europe adjusts itself to a fait accompli, and so does an individual character--until the placid adjustment is disturbed by a convulsive retribution.
One likes to hear what is going on, to be au fait as to the newest modes of being trifling and silly.
No, fait, it's an ill day, Captain, never reckon it other.
je les ai fait prisonnieres pres de l'autre fort, et je les conduis au general."
"Je vois que monsieur a de l'adresse; cela, me plait, car, dans l'instruction, l'adresse fait tout autant que le savoir."