FECIT


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FECITFujitsu European Centre for Information Technology
FECITForum pour l'Eglise Catholique et l'Idéal Traditionnel (French: Forum for the Catholic Church and the Traditional Ideal)
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fecit se regem Britanniae; at quia nimian excercuit tyrannidem, a populo suo plebio occisus est'; cf.
Quia 'coepit Jesus facere et docere,' nobis relinquens exemplum, ut sequamur vestigia cius 'qui peccatum non fecit, nec inventus est dolus in ore ejus' (1 Pt 2:21-22)."; See also: Sermo IV in consecratione pontficis, PL 217:666.
Its pipe organ is operated by a tune barrel which is engraved 'Being the first/made in perfection/N: 1 Cha: Clay London Fecit'.
In what is an example of a plainer mode, "Was it anonymity or truth or hope when early photographers wrote in place of signatures, Sol fecit: The sun made it," Gridley beautifully complicates those ideas of perceptibility and image-making that pervade her book.
The frontispiece portrait bears the initials 'I H' for 'John Heywood'; the printer's colophon reads Tdhes rastell me fieri fecit or 'John Rastell caused me to be made'.
1, [section] 12, D., 39, 3, ULPINIANO-'et sane non debet habere: si non animo vicino nocendi, sed suum agrum meliorem faciendi id fecit'; Fr.
Et seccundum hoc est Liber de vera iustitia vel Liber de officiis quod idem est--quem fecit Tullius.
30, [paragraph] 16 (" Secundo dicitur, quando lex semelposita contulit ius, et mutationem in ipsis rebus fecit, non posse sine causa bond communis ita abrogari, ut subditi priventur rebus vel iuribus Jam acquisitis....") (emphasis added).
But Nixon fecit is still inscribed somewhere on its hindquarters, and pity the unlucky blind man who feels that part up.
Iuppiter in caelo suo non invenit quod eligeret, et peccaturus in terris nemini tamen iniuriam fecit. Hylan Nympha praedata temperasset amori suo, si venturum ad interdictum Herculem credidisset.