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  • adv. In a factual manner

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  • adv. as a fact or based on fact


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  • "What we really don't know factually is whether Rove lied to the president or whether the president knew something about Rove's role and dissembled," said Rozell.


  • As for your rage against “Colonial Torah empires,” yes I find the phrase factually and grammatically laughable.

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  • Doesn’t it remain factually accurate that the blame placed on Gilmore by localities throughout the state weighs heavily against his candidacy in the minds of voters?

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  • To its credit, PolitiFact quoted Salon's Glenn Greenwald, who argued that Gates 'response was "sufficiently vague that it can't be called factually false, but is quite misleading."

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  • Eliadis makes another statement that can only be called factually inaccurate: If these longstanding laws were truly a threat, they would surely have diminished freedom of speech in Canada by now.

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  • However, factually, that is so untrue, so blatantly false, that it's almost criminal.

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  • Sensenbrenner retorted, referring to a factually inaccurate letter one of Holder's deputies, Assistant Attorney General Ronald Weich, sent to Iowa Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley on February 4.

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  • Republican presidential candidate Michele Bachmann is pushing back after rival Newt Gingrich called her "factually challenged."

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