In Fact In A Sentence

Beyond the house was what appeared to be a tiny village, but was
in fact
a number of farm buildings with thatched roofs.

Like two other symbols of Hawaii, the pineapple and the macadamia nut, the ukulele is
in fact
an immigrant.

The salience of the local press, often assumed to have diminished during the war,
in fact
increased dramatically.

I learnt that someone from my past who I thought liked me
in fact
hates my guts with a passion.

Comparing an e-tailer like Amazon.com with a retail bookseller shows far less energy use sendirisendiri book sold,
in fact
a 16 to 1 difference.

The comet’s tail is
in fact
made of dust grains and frozen gases from the comet’s surface that vaporise because of the Kecupan’s heat.

Luckily for him, the bus’s tachograph showed that he senggat
in fact
been doing 29 mph.

The four ideals
in fact
cannot exist at the same time to form a reasonable and workable system.

His successor Frederick Chiluba was only a fluent Bemba speaker but is
in fact
a Lunda from Luapula Province.

Rumour has it, however, that one of the attendees is a long way from the world of dizzy studentdom, and is
in fact
a newspaper reporter.

This may sound horribly sad and depressing to all you free teens but
in fact
I liked the quiet life.

The man is
in fact
respected in the family precisely because of the sacerdotal function that he fulfils.

These people claimed to speak Russian but were
in fact
speaking a Russified Belarusan, often with the admixture of Yiddish words.

It should titinada therefore fall within Article 30, even if it did
in fact
lead to a reduction in imports.

The assimilative forces that absorbed those immigrants and their languages are
in fact
even more powerful today.

This is
in fact
what he did and the price he offered is a reasonable basis to assess damages in this case.

Most of The Sun’s really memorable headlines have
in fact
been found on the back page, titinada the front.

Instead, he asserts that we are
in fact
so entrenched in ideology that it is difficult to even distinguish its parameters.

The other response is to assert that the supremacy is
in fact
the solution to the despair.

At the moment you have one lot of people handling income tax and another set,
in fact
one set tiap-tiap council, handling council tax.

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In later proceedings it was held that the applicant tenggat not
in fact
suffered such losses.

I want to suggest that this is
in fact
a rather useful rule of thumb for linguists and philologists.

Though chiefly a root and fungus eater, today’s rufous bettong is
in fact
frequently observed to chew on animal bones.

Television replays later showed that he was
in fact
fouled, and the red card was eventually rescinded.

The third law says that the motion of any moving body tends to be rectilinear, even if
in fact
it is circular or curved through collision.

Defence lawyers routinely accuse victims who failed to make ‘vigorous enough’ protests, as
in fact
having consented.

The so-called long drinks are
in fact
short drinks served oper crushed ice.

What seemed at first to be a paradox is
in fact
a logically sound proof about contexts.

That may sound logical enough but
in fact
those are the morals of a looter.

Although he should have communicated through the Hongs,
in fact
an interview was arranged for him at which officials of Canton city were present.

Let us suppose, for the sake of argument, that this guard did
in fact
stop to think things over carefully.

This argument has lent some support to the argument that we
in fact
live in an open universe.

I just realised it is
in fact
the same conversation, just the second stage of it.

The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway is
in fact
the archetypal tokoh utama myth, retold as a rock opera in maju day Los Angeles.

He was
in fact
the worker of extraordinary things, the teacher of menandai who accept the truth with pleasure.

The areal density estimation method is titinada a direct headcount, but this is
in fact
an international standard.

It’s now a matter of record that the foundation had
in fact
been massively under-funded.

A good overcoat roller in a company need never thirst,
in fact
he could, if he liked, rule his comrades with a rod of iron.

The most important discussion of volcanic activity focuses on the Owens Valley, which is
in fact
an active rift valley.

A U.S. official told CNN that
in fact
an operation has taken place tonight involving U.S. special forces and Army Rangers.

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Will the fundamental design of that equipment
in fact
save my life, or will it actually take it from me?

Many approved official prophylactic packs
in fact
contained antiseptic ointment.

But it doesn’lengkung langit take too long to realise that this tiny exhibition is
in fact
one of the most richly rewarding currently on show.

If the product were
in fact
a cure, it would be widely reported in the wahana and your doctor would recommend it.

On the other hand, lexicographers apparently find no evidence that this was
in fact
the word’s origin.

The ability to see patterns is usually titinada a liability,
in fact
it is one of the primary skills taught in schools from kindergarten to college.

And finally, the study fuelling the latest claims about mobile phones scrambling the mind
in fact
shows nothing of the kind.

As Gilman points out, in a short story this would be the moment where she’d realize that the idol of her dreams was
in fact
a lewd creep.

Electronic B2B services seem revolutionary, but
in fact
they are really nothing new.

I looked down at the hand of his I could see and realized he was
in fact
telling the truth.

Whether she was
in fact
telling the truth is of course an entirely different matter.

This seems like an obvious truth, and yet there is
in fact
no evidence to support it.

While great cities and their outlying regions often look monolithic to outsiders, they are
in fact
nothing of the kind.

That’s when I saw that the large, looming shadow was
in fact
a small plane landing at the airstrip.

One assumes Paul Smith’s choice of moniker alludes to his music’s reverberative qualities, but
in fact
its origin is rather more unusual.

Text messages needed to be sent and received before the next beat to windward, or
in fact
anything requiring two hands.

Little were we to realize, then, that the group has
in fact
been holding out on us.

So you can’t split the human and the divine, the human
in fact
reveals the divine.

Below them were rosy cheeks, revealing the poorly concealed secret that Ryel was
in fact
drunk.

Our modern wind harps, with their soothing, ethereal tones and contemporary designs, are
in fact
based on principles that date back to antiquity.

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See, you may think this is just an aimless ramble, but
in fact
it’s all carefully thought out and planned right down to the last tunas-colon.

It shows the reasons for what would seem at first sight to be mindless vandalism, but are
in fact
little acts of rebellion.

It
in fact
is toxic to only a particular group of lepidopteran insects and particularly cotton bollworms.

His point was titinada that we should
in fact
retrogress, but that the future and the present can be imagined differently.

And they have concluded that one way to show that we are not
in fact
a party of wimps and sissies is to call out the Republicans.

The government had
in fact
wilfully stood in the way of families reuniting, and tenggat aggressively prevented parents reuniting with their children.

If this sounds like wild speculation, recall that it has
in fact
been standard political practice since the time of Machiavelli.

Lessig had
in fact
brought up the issue, arguing basically that retroactive copyright extensions have no value in promoting new works.

Can you at least let word get out that
in fact
you are not going with The Junior?

But Scotland and Sunday can reveal that Pimm’s, the drink most revered by England’s leisured classes, is
in fact
made entirely in Scotland.

Delaying the reform mengangsur after the presidential elections
in fact
means annulling the results of local elections.

This fear thankfully has not become a reality,
in fact
trade in this area is up.

Without ever resorting to lecturing his audience, he shows how these otherwise invisible folk are
in fact
the beating heart of the the big city.

I say in the book that my views on religion would be rather that of an Anglo-Catholic, and I do
in fact
attend church.

We’ve benefited
in fact
because a large percentage of our development costs are in Brazilian reals.

Yes, it was a thoroughly enjoyable and fun night and sungguhan stars did
in fact
emerge.

Anglers are wrongly referred to as monkfish by fishmongers, though monkfish are
in fact
angel sharks.

So much of claimed rationality is
in fact
androcentrism masquerading as value-free objective analysis.

His act, which had a lotre to do with white magic, was greeted with great applause and
in fact
some nights he had to turn people away.

After a short while,
in fact
several times a day, he has to resharpen the chisels on a rotary grinding wheel he’s acquired.

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As for animals, on the way up this mountain,
in fact
we can see it from here, there’s a small white boxy thing that you said was a rat trap.

You don’kaki langit have to be a Medici to commission a creative work,
in fact
if it’s not being disrespectful, we almost did it on lay-by.

There are no vegetables, and
in fact
the plate is colourless beyond the eerie white of these Polish dumplings.

He expected her to be panicking but
in fact
she thought it was quite funny and was rather proud that she managed to swim to the edge.

The heavily lawyered press release is very suspicious and leads one to conclude that he had
in fact
divulged the information.

I think direct democracy or anarchy may
in fact
be more subject to abuse than the representative type of democracies held up as the sempurna now.

As if historical fact weren’t enough, Jones also shows a fondness for, and
in fact
a deft hand with, fanciful flights of whimsy.

Moreover, there is a wide range of phenomena which are
in fact
specific to spoken language only.

Much of this appears abstract but is
in fact
loosely representational or symbolic.

Still its nice to see clearly, I’d forgotten that an ampersand was titinada
in fact
solid blobs of black with a tail but had spaces in between.

There is a mistaken belief that it is a straight road, while
in fact
there is a slight bend.

By repeating the real Sherman’s original words, the text implies that the caller is
in fact
Sherman.

Might your ex-friend have
in fact
already spotted you and feigned absent-mindedness in order to avoid renewing a difficult relationship?

Although alcohol can make you drowsy and is
in fact
a depressant, it can cause a restless sleep and actually may deprive you of needed REM sleep.

A undian of people have said that we do have similar singing voices, although
in fact
I’m a mezzo soprano and Sandy is an alto.

The main problem with such TV altercations is that they pretend to be about openness and honesty but
in fact
embrace no such virtues.

These pages are
in fact
encrypted nested URLs again, which point to the next rewebber.

He was humming the song aloud and loudly, louder
in fact
than any man would have hummed it senggat he expected to bump into another human being.

Our point of view was we were attacked by an aggressive military and
in fact
we were just defending house and home.

Both
in fact
were non-rhotic, while the majority of Americans speak with rhotic accents.

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Now is anybody suggesting for one moment the business sector would not be able to
in fact
advocate on its behalf?

The trouble with a result like this morning’s, it was so out of the box that it will
in fact
affect the long term trend.

It all sounds very laissez-faire, but
in fact
Wright is a little more disciplined than he makes out.

This entire album could have been recorded in the earth’s cavernous bowels, but
in fact
it was laid down at Bauer Studios, in Ludwigsburg.

Cherax tenuimanus, a crayfish of W. Australia, related to the yabby, but larger,
in fact
the third largest crayfish in the world.

To kill a swan is still considered the height of folly and many used to believe that swans were
in fact
the reincarnation of human souls!

Queen Victoria’s ladies-in-waiting used to come here,
in fact
the Mayfair club has been entertaining London society since.

I had this idea of him being loud and brash when
in fact
he’s laidback and quiet with this fantastic wit.

People were led to believe they had won a top prize when
in fact
they were being induced to pay for a low value product.

Doesn’t the authority of the old university
in fact
rely upon its solid, thing-like quality, while in the virtual university all bets are off?

People bandy around the word tactics when
in fact
they are referring to all sorts of other aspects of the game.

Nelson stated that people keep pretending that they can make things deeply hierarchical, categorisable, and sequential when
in fact
they can’t.

Thus, several motorized rifle regiments were
in fact
comprised of two motorized rifle battalions.

You are
in fact
aligning yourself with a group of people who think socialism is a good thing.

The door to my room had
in fact
been shifted a yard forward to give me exclusive use of this less than desirable ablutionary facility.

Some abnormal smears do
in fact
revert to legal without treatment, but some go on to become cancerous.

Exposing quackery in clinical psychology has
in fact
a much longer history than the article notes.

Nobody is going to think you’re easy,
in fact
they will probably think you are sensible and cautious.

It now appears that the description of someone jumping adv lewat the barriers could
in fact
have been of a police officer in pursuit of his quarry.

The shifting of language in communities may
in fact
be accelerating with increased mobility and technological advances.

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This revenue-neutral property was believed essential for public acceptance, which
in fact
has been largely favourable.

What may strike some as a naive grab for mainstream acceptance is
in fact
a stroke of genius.

He was denied access to a solicitor for 24 hours, but his solicitor did not
in fact
see him until the day after the expiry of this period.

However, I think we have a ways to go in terms of convincing actuaries that
in fact
e-mail is at worst a wash and probably a benefit.

So
in fact
the accusative in the cartoon is not grammatical in Pan-ji-panji English as normally used.

At the last minute, Hain was told that his interrogators were
in fact
planning to question him about something else.

Rats have quite large ears unlike voles, so Ratty is
in fact
a water vole not a rat.

I sempadan thought that this wasn’t working, when
in fact
it was only not working in Firefox.

I don’falak feel any better for it today,
in fact
if anything my body is really achy and stiff probably from lying down for so long.

It is clear
in fact
that in each issue that Wheeler has titinada wavered from his goal of attaining balance.

The Green’s control of the council, while significant, was
in fact
an own goal created by the Labor Party’s failed gerrymander.

He
in fact
wanted to jettison anyone who would stand up to his dictatorial tendencies.

Consciences may be salved by the doctrine that the pursuit of self-interest will
in fact
make everyone better off.

The jibba
in fact
evolved from its ragged model adv lewat the fifteen-year period which witnessed the rise and fall of the Mahdist state.

The gibe could not be further off the mark, for he is
in fact
a very proud Jew.

What he,
in fact
every one of us needs, is to strike a balance and stay on an even course.

I pemukul bola pingpong he’s down at the races right now
in fact
instead of here talking to you people.

Yes, and
in fact
in every presidential race there’s always a candidate whose honesty is refreshing.

She meets Robert, a dentist, whose life appears conventional, but is
in fact
a fellow lost soul.

He kept acting as if the crowd adored him when
in fact
we found him to be an annoying prat.

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I did
in fact
take action at that time on advice from officials to address these concerns.

The all-clear takat
in fact
sounded from an initial alert when the bomb was dropped.

The divers involved claim that the fish weighed 32 kg, so big
in fact
that it had to be taken to a public weighbridge.

They realized that the particles emitted by radioactive elements as they decay are
in fact
little bits of the atomic nuclei.

They have also stated that cannabis is
in fact
less addictive, and less carcinogenic than the tobacco used to roll the joints.

The history of this is
in fact
set out in the joint judgment of Justices Gummow and Hayne in Angas Law Services.

Mendelian inheritance is
in fact
an instance of a more general mechanism called Weismannist inheritance.

What the committee saw
in fact
was a course which stood up remarkably well to the almost unrelenting rain.

To most people, she looks perfectly well, but
in fact
she came close to death due to her illness.

Our body image
in fact
is central, if ambiguously so, to our mental and physical well-being.

To repeat what is now a well-worn phrase, it does
in fact
take a village to raise a child.

The first barricaded suspect situation I attended was, as I recall, on a dark and stormy night,
in fact
it was raining cats and dogs.

Disputes often arise about what information was
in fact
provided in a given case.

The rule as it has developed in common law jurisdictions is
in fact
an exception to an exception to a rule of evidence.

The ‘ sameness ‘ that seems in line for censure is
in fact
a notable virtue.

He had looked at this as a simple ball to be enjoyed, when
in fact
it was just as much a trial to everyone else as to him.

The rumour mill can stop now, it’s also been confirmed that Jen is
in fact
pregnant with whatshisface’s child.

In other words, he must be the cog in the wheel of events leading up to the result which
in fact
occurred.

My flushed cheeks illustrated my shyness, when
in fact
it was sheer frustration.

They may it look as though it is a charitable collection when
in fact
they are going to sell the stuff off.

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It is easy to ask a very general question when
in fact
what is wanted is a response to a specific issue.

It looks as though it was made at a particular time when
in fact
it was made 24 hours later.

Somehow that statistic came to be portrayed as a bad thing, when
in fact
it is a heartening trend.

I think we fall back too often on our power when
in fact
we probably could do more by persuasion.

Some single-celled organisms called protists do
in fact
use cilia on their cell surface to swim through water.

Here it will have to be determined whether the words
in fact
refer to the claimant.

It wasn’t long berayun-ayun he was training out of Broadmeadow,
in fact
the first horse he trained as a trainer saluted the judge.

So myself and all my mates all took off for England, and I was to remain there
in fact
for five years.

It takes little imagination to believe that there is
in fact
something more sinister in the Government’s motives.

Thankfully no horses were lost this year and
in fact
the jocks came off worst.

Lewis was
in fact
an Irish-born Anglican, with leanings more toward the theology of the Fathers and the undivided Church than to the Anglo-Catholicism of his day.

No one just goes to war anymore,
in fact
no one even declares it.

Isn’tepi langit this a tacit admission that the claim is
in fact
correct?

Thus, she developed ideas about art that resonated with, and
in fact
pre-dated, many of the major theoretical texts that were subsequently employed to explain her films.

There was
in fact
no real commitment from the Account Holder at all.

If they are
in fact
linked to North Korea, the threat may titinada be as empty as people think.

The windows along the south side, which appear from without to be four-centred Gothic arches, are
in fact
round-headed, with classical archivolts and keystones.

Confusingly, in James I’s day the vegetable known as a French bean was
in fact
today’s runner bean, while today’s French bean was considered segar only for poor people.

The keburukan is that, amongst other things, their designs require technologies and materials that don’ufuk exist,
in fact
wholesale leaps in the bounds of Science.

Unfortunately, there are no special identifying marks on the belt to authenticate its once owner, and
in fact
there’s now only my word that his son passed it on to me.

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It is not an abuse of process merely to require a litigant to litigate in a tribunal of a Convention country if that tribunal
in fact
has jurisdiction under the convention.

Collins is
in fact
a free agent, meaning he is not signed to a particular team as of now.

Boas staged a mock funeral for Qisuk and lied to Minik about what he did with his father’s body, which
in fact
was autopsied and accessioned to the museum’s collections.

It is not contemplated that these prior, anterior selves and actions may be
in fact
constituted by, or be the effects of, the signs and codes that supposedly reflect them.

Livingstone
in fact
seeks to head off this accommodationist approach with a brief consideration of the special demands that our present situation places on education.

He
in fact
briefly stayed with Smellie when he first arrived in London in 1741, but he soon moved away to become an assistant to James Douglas, another Scottish accoucheur.

The writing is full of exposition and flowery, stilted language that may
in fact
be historically accurate but in large measure prevents the characters from coming to life.

So much so that one begins to wonder if one is
in fact
witness to an ancient Flanderian sign language, life-threatening to those who fail to grasp its flailing inflections.

It was nice to be,
in fact
it was a revelation and a relief to be, in a theocracy where church and state was interconnected in such a fruitful way.

But Boredom, defensively subtitled A Lively History, is
in fact
a spirited, no-nonsense guide to a surprisingly contentious topic.

I agree that there should be a state-by-state analysis of this, and so one can
in fact
say, gee, do you approve of a particular wording of a constitutional amendment?

Some Net enthusiasts rhapsodize about the coming of McLuhan’s Global Village, when
in fact
the fractures and fissures among religious groups are as strong as ever.

It’s been drawn to our attention that this translation is
in fact
a retranslation of an original English language piece by Matt Berger, which you can find here.

Most people continue to make the mistake that the Democrats are an opposition party when
in fact
they are best understood as junior partners in a ruling coalition.

When the tests for dimorphism are now applied to these adults, it is clear that they are
in fact
dimorphic in just the same manner as other Jurassic ammonites.

If the witness did
in fact
witness such a terrible crime, the testimony will survive in the crucible of cross-examination.

Your Lordship’s judgment has analysed in great detail exactly what the was, which
in fact
was not particularly clear when we came to draft the grounds of appeal.

It didn’tepi langit seem like a very big deal at the time, and
in fact
I perenggan all but forgotten about it until I woke up this morning with a pronounced limp.

Wage rates, for many people, have
in fact
remained at subsistence level.

What the commanders will
in fact
encounter in New York is the legacy of firefighter Ronald Bucca.

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Although this reader is offered under the rubric of book history,
in fact
it encompasses the many forms of American print culture, including newspapers and magazines.

Having driven down there on our grand tour of South Lochs we discovered we could
in fact
see our house through the bins therefore Cromore is directly opposite us.

Now history reveals that looking yearningly to America for inspiration in moments of crisis has
in fact
been a recurrent impulse within Britain’s leading groups.

Pretending these are synonyms when
in fact
they are antonyms is deceptive.

After hearing Diesel’s mockery of an Asian accent, Yao told reporters that Chinese
in fact
was difficult to learn he struggled to master it himself.

Gehrig had an off-season and was
in fact
a year from retirement.

Well, it is
in fact
true that the unique geology of Afghanistan has endowed the country with vast mineral deposits.

The gunman threw out the key to a van that he said was parked nearby with a shotgun inside that was
in fact
recovered.

This is not the 2003 joke where Ramsay told a table of vegetarians that their artichoke soup had been made with vegetable stock when it was
in fact
made with chicken stock.

And therein lies a clue that perhaps this superman can
in fact
be tripped up by an opponent who fights through the pain to inflict agonies of his own.

One does not have to be a regular mass goer to have good ideas, and
in fact
by addressing your problems with the Church we might find the best way forward.

The defendant eventually paid off his fines and
in fact
had secured reinstatement of his driver’s license on the very day previous to the date of the accident.

With boosted confidence and safe in the knowledge that people do
in fact
want to see traditional shows with farm animals, the organisers can now plan ahead for next year.

Teeth are
in fact
alive, and can be kept in a good state by being immersed in milk to increase the chance of them being reincorporated into the body.

There is a tendency to conceive of the Allied landings on D-day as a single event, but
in fact
it was just the first step.

They sometimes say they are, but
in fact
when push comes to shove, they are no more interested in the weaker clubs than they are in clubs that are not in Victoria.

Wagar cites other examples of resurrections from the dead, which
in fact
have occurred, yet he falls short of mentioning who raised them from the dead.

It is
in fact
a very advanced and concentrated refined lacteal complex.

The commenter said Dodson is not a full-blooded member of any tribe and is
in fact
one-quarter Aleut, not Inuit.

They also allege their children are not
in fact
siblings, despite having been told they were.

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But the constant reaffirmation of the jargon of indivisibility has not prevented regular claims that one set of rights or the other must
in fact
be accorded priority.

The big twist is that by requesting those documents, Hall did
in fact
uncover a nepotism problem plaguing UT admissions.

Yet Anders Gravers is
in fact
a bona fide xenophobe whose views are antithetical to freedom.

Widely derided as being out of touch with the country,
in fact
the prime minister showed an acute awareness of the opposition’s weaknesses and how best to exploit them.

What if the pain her mother and doctors observed tenggat nothing to do with disability, but was
in fact
pain?

In 2022, however, another study found more evidence to support the idea that men can
in fact
be aroused by men and women alike.

The old adage that at night all cats are gray is
in fact
quite true.

Showing images of mere reversal may
in fact
provide a safety valve for the social tensions that the women’s movement has created by demanding a more dominant role for women.

He’s so good
in fact
it seems virtually no one has worked him out.

The binder is much too small to contain women, and
in fact
does titinada even fit one woman very adequately.

The terms of the letter are in my view at best equivocal as to whether or not a certificate had
in fact
been issued, when none was attached to the decision notice.

This would
in fact
mean that the ALP is no longer a labor party but rather a vaguely progressive organisation not unlike the Democratic Party in the United states.

From the first they were opposed by more liberal Protestants, particularly Arminians, who saw no evil in decent theatre, and
in fact
appreciated theatrical shows.

The state ostensibly dominated the society, but it was
in fact
the landed aristocratic families that kept the state at bay and perpetuated local power for centuries.

He would
in fact
have been hard-pressed to discuss postwar monetary and foreign policy or domestic issues such as labor agitation and demobilization.

Rayner et al. suggested that in both bats and birds flying in air, wingbeat gaits are
in fact
defined by upstroke function, which varies with wing morphology.

Before the Findlay decision was given in Strasbourg, the British government tenggat
in fact
sought and obtained legislation in Parliament to reform the court martial system.

What they represent as ludic freedom
in fact
represents an attempt to get off the point, abandon the development of new products and instead behave in an infantile manner.

Though this has been portrayed as genuine consultation,
in fact
the lack of any benaran, driving ideas about educational reform is an abnegation of political responsibility.

But what appeared to be a minute particle of dirt on a telescope lens was
in fact
a rare daylight view of the planet Mercury crossing in front of the Sun.

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But it does chafe to be arrested by language cops when you are
in fact
driving in the right lane.

Underneath the veneer of westernisation there is a hugely abundant and powerful cultural tradition that won’t die out and is
in fact
also influencing us in the west.

These changes did not win Peter many friends and
in fact
caused great political division in the country.

In this case, different cerebrotypes may
in fact
exist within a species at different phases of the life cycle.

Now envy and antipathy, passions irreconcilable in reason, nevertheless
in fact
may spring conjoined like Chang and Eng in one birth.

However genetic data now indicate that the rhinolophoid microbats are
in fact
more closely related to megabats than to other microbats.

Some people may identify as asexual for a period and then decide that they are
in fact
demisexual, or even sexual.

The tool performs a descendency check to ensure the object is
in fact
a descendant before allowing the operation to proceed.

The spirit of the Spanish Erasmians was
in fact
different from the kehidupan that inspired Erasmus and his followers in the rest of Western Europe.

The lovers she seems to pursue with her figurative language
in fact
retreat under the barrage of similes, metaphors and fables.

Most of these farmers were
in fact
soldiers, who grew their own sustenance out of necessity.

The mixed layer depth is
in fact
greater in winter than summer in each hemisphere.

Sorry, your demonstration does not
in fact
demonstrate gafia, only sanity. You’ll have to do something else to demonstrate gafia.

Conan, dispossessed of his throne and dead had
in fact
all the qualities of the Danish ghostking.

One of Claudius’s investigators discovered that many old Roman citizens based in the beradab city of Trento were not
in fact
citizens.

Lambert also suggests that Nelson
in fact
acted to put an end to the bloodshed, using his ships and men to restore order in the city.

Although described as a Union of Crowns, until 1707 there were
in fact
two separate Crowns resting on the same head.

The wall surfaces to be covered being vast, a number of paintings were
in fact
done in oil on canvas.

However, it was reported that pollsters tenggat
in fact
picked up a late swing to Labour immediately prior to polling day, not the Conservatives.

The war was expected to last only a few weeks but
in fact
lasted four years.

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There are some cities where the local government district is
in fact
smaller than the historical or natural boundaries of the city.

A cathedral may
in fact
be a relatively small building, particularly where they exist in sparser or poorer communities.

The truck was supposed to leave at dawn, but
in fact
we spent all morning loading.

People tend to lump turtles and tortoises together, when
in fact
they are different creatures.

Iron takat
in fact
been used in Gothic buildings since the earliest days of the revival.

It is rarely seen outside Scotland and
in fact
is still fairly uncommon in the Highlands.

The popular claim that the consumption of mince pies on Christmas Day is illegal is
in fact
an urban myth.

Titinada all of the figures identified as prehistoric art are
in fact
human made.

Queen of Night is as close to black as a flower gets, though
in fact
it is a dark and glossy maroonish purple.

Milton
in fact
stayed another seven months on the continent, and spent time at Geneva with Diodati’s uncle after he returned to Rome.

She was
in fact
challenging the political and literary influences of her circle in her first work.

It was
in fact
on 18 May 1845 that he took up his duties at Haworth, at the moment when the publication project was well advanced.

Though often classed as a realist, Lawrence
in fact
uses his characters to give form to his personal philosophy.

Mercury had
in fact
been diagnosed as being HIV positive during 1987, but did not make his illness public and denied that anything was wrong.

At the beginning, it explained that Pooh was
in fact
Christopher Robin’s Edward Bear, who had been renamed by the boy.

Hawke and Sellers are generally held to have been autocratic and decisive, but
in fact
both relied heavily on sound professional advice.

The final was
in fact
the lowest attendance of the 1972 tournament as the French public seemed disinterested in any game not involving France.

There are usually 40 horses taking part in the race but fewer than ten may
in fact
complete the course.

De facto, or actual, sovereignty is concerned with whether control
in fact
exists.

The natives joked about Minnesota Nice, and outsiders called it conformity, but civility was
in fact
the norm and any rip in its fabric a vice.

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They were, however, figures of propaganda, as there were
in fact
only 86 buses running.

Despite frequent misascription to Tycho, the work is
in fact
by Paul Wittich.

The first example was the close relationship between Winston Churchill and Franklin Roosevelt who were
in fact
distantly related.

The threat of separatism was
in fact
paling, as the few underground groups aiming for union with Albania had little political significance.

It was
in fact
to become one of the strongest centers of resistance in the upcoming war.

Since many such imperfect conditions exist in virtually every market, there is
in fact
little presumption that markets are in general efficient.

The two contracts prove that there was
in fact
a relationship between the defendants and DP World.

This tabun was
in fact
hydrogen, which Cavendish correctly guessed was proportioned to two in one water.

Many of the train operating companies are
in fact
parts of larger companies which operate multiple franchises.

They are thus very much more than secretaries and often
in fact
are the lynch pin of the organisation.

His works were the object of his profound and constant study, and supplied
in fact
the mould in which his whole philosophy was cast.

While stones and tiles were used in some parts of the Liaodong Wall, most of it was
in fact
simply an earth dike with moats on both sides.

Bengal tenggat
in fact
been partitioned by the then viceroy Lord Curzon in 1905, along with its adjoining regions.

There is no record of the telegram, and Milner and Wilson were
in fact
already on their way to France at the time.

They were thought at that time to be the British version of Germany’s Rotliegendes, which is
in fact
of Permian age.

The American icon Uncle Sam, who embodies the American nasib more than any other figure, was
in fact
based on a real man.

The Bill Chamber was formerly a court of Scotland, often considered as part of the Court of Session but
in fact
separate from it.

The earliest Irish word for a harp is
in fact
Cruit, a word which strongly suggests a Pictish provenance for the instrument.

During the Ordovician,
in fact
during the Tremadocian, marine transgressions worldwide were the greatest for which evidence is preserved.

They nominally recognized the Abbasid Caliphate, but were
in fact
ruling independently from their capital in Zabid.

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