FACTS


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FACTSFamilies to Amend California's Three Strikes
FACTSFlexible Alternating Current Transmission Systems
FACTSFamilies Acting for Community Traffic Safety
FACTSFederation of Australian Commercial Television Stations
FACTSFlexible Alternating Current Transmission System
FACTSForest Atmosphere Carbon Transfer and Storage
FACTSFederal Agencies Centralized Trial-Balance System
FACTSField Accomplishments and Compliance Tracking System (database; US FDA)
FACTSFlorida Association of Coordinated Transportation Systems (transportation disadvantaged)
FACTSFamily Assistance and Care through Technology Services (Indiana)
FACTSFood Anaphylactic Children Training and Support
FACTSFramework for Appropriate Care throughout Sheffield (UK)
FACTSFlorida's Academic Counseling and Tracking for Students (Florida Department of Education)
FACTSForeign Access Central Tracking System
FACTSFinancial and Air Clearance Transportation System
FACTSFast Automatic Cash Transfer System (FACTS Management Co.)
FACTSFamilies Against the Casino Threat in Singapore
FACTSFor A Clean Tonawanda Site
FACTSFirst Amendmist Church of True Science
FACTSFishing Activity and Catch Tracking System (software)
FACTSFacility for the Analysis and Comparison of Tsunami Simulations (NOAA Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory)
FACTSFlorida Agricultural Conference & Trade Show
FACTSFirst Atheist Church of True Science
FACTSFailure and Accidents Technical Information System (industrial accidents database)
FACTSFetal Alcohol Consultation & Training Services (Alaska)
FACTSFlorida Atlantic Coast Transport Study
FACTSFleet Automated Control Tracking System
FACTSFLIR Augmented COBRA TOW Sight
FACTSFacilities Assets Catalog and Tracking System
FACTSFuture Administrators Cultural Training Seminar (New York University)
FACTSFMEA/CIL Tracking System
FACTSFasteners, Actuators, Connectors, Tools, Subsystems
FACTSFair and Consistent Treatment System (Sprint)
FACTSFunds and Cost Tracking System
FACTSFill and Cash Tracking System
FACTSFinancial Accounting & Cost Tracking System
FACTSFACSFAC Air Control and Tracking System
FACTSForeign Asset Control Tracking System
FACTSFront Access Cross-Connect Termination System (Telect)
FACTSFernald Analytical Computerized Tracking System
FACTSFinancial, Accounting and Claims Targeted Solutions
References in classic literature ?
Rare, extravagant spirits come by us at intervals, who disclose to us new facts in nature.
Beside its primary value as the first chapter of the history of Europe, (the mythology thinly veiling authentic facts, the invention of the mechanic arts and the migration of colonies,) it gives the history of religion, with some closeness to the faith of later ages.
Let it suffice that in the light of these two facts, namely, that the mind is One, and that nature is its correlative, history is to be read and written.
* An idealistic monist who long puzzled the philosophers of that time with his denial of the existence of matter, but whose clever argument was finally demolished when the new empiric facts of science were philosophically generalized.
He gave them facts, always facts, checked their excursions into the air, and brought them back to the solid earth and its facts.
The widest empirical laws of sequence known at any time can only be "explained" in the sense of being subsumed by later discoveries under wider laws; but these wider laws, until they in turn are subsumed, will remain brute facts, resting solely upon observation, not upon some supposed inherent rationality.
But the observable fact is that the stimulus of being in the cage produces differing results with repetition, and that the ascertainable cause of the cat's behaviour is not merely the cage and its own ascertainable organization, but also its past history in regard to the cage.
Now, since Totski had, of late, been upon terms of great cordiality with Epanchin, which excellent relations were intensified by the fact that they were, so to speak, partners in several financial enterprises, it so happened that the former now put in a friendly request to the general for counsel with regard to the important step he meditated.
The fact was, Totski was at that time a man of fifty years of age; his position was solid and respectable; his place in society had long been firmly fixed upon safe foundations; he loved himself, his personal comforts, and his position better than all the world, as every respectable gentleman should!
The very fact that the white boy is conscious that, if he fails in life, he will disgrace the whole family record, extending back through many generations, is of tremendous value in helping him to resist temptations.
In fact, the greater part of the education I secured in my boyhood was gathered through the night-school after my day's work was done.
In fact, I who was then I, might be said to be dead too, so little is my past self like my present self in anything but the "increasing purpose" which has kept me one in my love of literature.