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They have simply attempted to state the facts.
The classes are designed to help children discover basic scientific facts.
He wrote an article explaining the main facts of the case.
We want the hard facts about what the project is going to cost.
The increase in the rate of divorce may be partly due to the fact that people live longer.
Some topics were not discussed in view of the fact that there were children present.
I don't like early mornings anyway, apart from the fact that I hardly slept last night.
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