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The challenge stems from the fact that rather than making learning better, the education technology field has, for the most part, focused on reaching more students.

In fact, the Orgonon estate—home of the museum—is located in a town called Rangeley.

The fact that you have Ferguson, Missouri, or you have the south side in Chicago, the inability to deal with those problems is part of the architecture of the state.

In fact, to-go cocktails could actually increase alcohol safety by promoting home consumption.

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We now have studies that confirm the fact that hurricanes are becoming more destructive as the ocean heats up, providing more fuel for storm systems.

“Lockheed Martin has a long history of misrepresenting facts,” Wheeler added.

In honor of her big year, here are some little-known facts about the songstress, courtesy of BuzzFeed.

Of course, to call out pinkwashing is not to deny the facts.

Yet, the nutrition facts might not tell the whole story here.

In a country where talk is “cheap” and opinions are “a dime a dozen,” we give the facts special privileges and special status.

Several pioneers familiar with the facts of the tragedy at the time of its occurrence were also present.

And now I am going on to a review of the broad facts of the educational organization of our present world.

I only draw your attention to the facts; which have been sufficiently patent to the world, whatever Lord Hartledon may think.

These two phenomenal facts imply some strong antagonism to the priesthood and their system.

The facts have been stated very simply, plus one brief general comment.


On this page you'll find 36 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to facts, such as: certainty, clue, cue, data, details, and dope.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.