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As a matter of fact, you usually need a jacket at night and be ready for rain or downpours.
He said that this store at no time sells kosher meat and as a matter of fact specializes in pork cuts only.
It's a matter of fact for the majority of the world.
As a matter of fact the article has one point wrong.
So much, as a matter of fact, that you'll never get this energy back throughout the whole lifetime of the panels.
As a matter of fact, he had been a great many things, in twenty-three years of a remarkably eventful history.
As a matter of fact, one might venture to slip it a ribald razz.
As a matter of fact, he doesn't even wait for the tennis star to agree to the scheme-or even to show an interest in it.
Willard trained them so well, as a matter of fact, that the rats could arrange themselves in the fewest moves possible.
As a matter of fact, my favorite way of reminding myself to do something is to send myself e-mail.
And that obligation is to transform the whole society, and as a matter of fact, the whole world.
As a matter of fact, killing people is harder than not killing people.
Matter of fact some people thought it was a trite restatement.
As a matter of fact, many insurers do not offer earthquake coverage.
As a matter of fact, we're making it that's why all the foreign investors and expats are salivating to go there.
As a matter of fact almost everybody was longingly wishing that precisely this would happen.
As a matter of fact it has had to win its way against vigorous criticism and formidable rivals.
The word sing cannot, as a matter of fact, be freely used to refer to its own conceptual content.
As a matter of fact, it did not so become established.
But, as a matter of fact, all attempts so to explain the origin of speech have been fruitless.
As a matter of fact these procedures merely serve to divert conscious attention and to hold it riveted.
As a matter of fact, the marked shortening of the menu is in informal dinners and at the home table of the well-to-do.
As a matter of fact, comparatively few people are ever anything but well behaved.
As a matter of fact her back was covered with them, some in active suppuration, others in the ulcerating stage.
As a matter of fact, nothing is more striking than the variations displayed in the selections made.
To be sure both determinants may unite, and as a matter of fact they often do.
As a matter of fact, it is not exactly true empirically, either.
Objectively, mind you, which implies that it's a matter of fact rather than his personal taste.
As a matter of fact, the article points out a number of holes in the theory.
As a matter of fact, even with what may be considered flaws in nuke regulation, it is still the safest form of energy.
As a matter of fact, the dark matter unlikely exists.
There is no dark side of the moon really, matter of fact it's all dark.
There are as a matter of fact many different scientific methods used across many different disciplines.
In flywheels, as a matter of fact, a high-tech remake could pay off in spades.
As a matter of fact, this statement mirrors my own beliefs.
As a matter of fact, these flies are an important natural enemy of forest tent caterpillars.
As a matter of fact, anyone who is in the sales industry does not have to disclose his or her commission.
As a matter of fact, it is the main ingredient in many antacid tablets.
Matter of fact, a lot of people would argue that his policies are actually making it worse.
As a matter of fact, it's getting pretty good after my stroke.
As a matter of fact, they are shrinking and the drop is accelerating.
As a matter of fact, he talks while the pitcher's winding up.
As a matter of fact, some of their bishops were officially excommunicated some years ago.

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