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See also: Facilitate Facile Facility Fascism Facilitator Facilitated Facilitation Facilitating Facial Facing Facit Prima

1. From Latin faciens, Facientis, present participle of facere (“do, make”).

From, Faciens, Facientis, Facere

2. Iniuria propria non cadet in beneficium Facientis ēnyū´rē‐a prōp´rē‐a nōn ka´dāt ēn bānāfē´kē‐ūm fakē‐ān´tēs

Facientis, Fak

3. Contextual translation of "iter Facientis" from Latin into Italian

Facientis, From

4. In contingentibus et liberis tota ratio facti stat in voluntate Facientis: in contingent and free things, all the reason of the fact lies in the will of the doer: abstineas igitur damnandis; hujus enim vel una potens ratio est, ne crimina nostra sequantur ex nobis geniti; quoniam dociles imitandis turpibus ac …

Facti, Facientis, Free, Fact

5. Injuria propria non cadet in beneficium Facientis

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6. Sed tamen in ipso dono gratiae gratum Facientis, Spiritus Sanctus habetur, et inhabitat hominem

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7. Facientis facientī facientem faciente: facientēs facientium facientibus facientēs facientibus: Participle future active: factūrus factūrī factūrō factūrum factūrō: factūrī factūrōrum factūrīs factūrōs factūrīs: Participle perfect passive: factus factī factō factum factō: factī factōrum factīs factōs factīs

Facientis, Facient, Facientem, Faciente, Facientium, Facientibus, Future, Fact, Factus, Factum

8. Injuria propria non cadet in beneficium Facientis legal definition of Injuria propria non cadet in beneficium Facientis

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9. The manner of participation: both objective and intentional, in radice operis, ex intentione Facientis (Supp., 71:1)

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10. 14 Non effugiet in rapina peccator, et non retardabit sufferentia misericordiam Facientis.

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11. Etsi secundum quandam deismi sententiam fatetur esse posse, immo debere, supremum Ens vel divinum, mordicus tamen Dei repudiat notionem se hominem Facientis ut hominem salvet

Fatetur, Facientis

12. Delirium + Latin faciens, Facientis, present participle of facere to make.

Faciens, Facientis, Facere

13. Of sanctifying grace (non sit solum secundum donum gratiae gratum Facientis): Objection 1: For a divine person to be sent on mission is for Him to be given

Facientis, For

14. Vide, oro te, ne hoc et verius sit et magnitudini bene Facientis aptius, ut illum hortemur ad danda, etiam si nullum bene positurus est

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15. Commercii epistolici Leibnitiani, ad omne genus eruditionis, praesertim vero ad illustrandam integri propemodum seculi historiam literariam apprime Facientis, per partes publicandi tomus prodromus tomi prodromi pars altera

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16. Omnis benignitas properat, et proprium est libenter Facientis cito facere; qui tarde et diem de die extrahens profuit, non ex animo fecit

Facientis, Facere, Fecit

17. The manner of participation: both objective and intentional, in radice operis, ex intentione Facientis (Supp., 71:1)

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18. Beneficium non in eo quot fit aut datur consistit sed in ipso dantis aut Facientis animo megtilt cold cash Yes, a soup for me, please! srednji dio hobby craft Kathodenschaltung Casting flange rise stembanden translatorski neck line vertragingsschakelaar kerja keras aanmelding to bear, to stand, to endure, to put up with portlet Briselska

Fit, Facientis, For, Flange

19. Uitae Facientis, quod alterutram in partem posset notari, Antonio portat oblitus se paulo ante defensum ab illo

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20. Therefore faith rests in ‘tota ratio facti est in potential Facientis’ which is ‘the power of the doer is the reason of the thing done.’ Archive 2007-08-01

Faith, Facti, Facientis

21. Therefore faith rests in ‘tota ratio facti est in potential Facientis’ which is ‘the power of the doer is the reason of the …

Faith, Facti, Facientis

22. Pauperies est damnum sine iniuria Facientis datum: nec enim potest animal iniuria fecisse, quod sensu caret

Facientis, Fecisse

23. Beneficium non in eo quod fit aut datur consistit sed in ipso dantis aut Facientis animo

Fit, Facientis

24. 3rd –iō facere (faciō) faciēns, (gen: Facientis) doing 4th audīre (audiō) audiēns, (gen: audientis) listening II

Facere, Faci, Facientis

25. Sed persona divina est causa quod habeatur donum gratiae gratum Facientis, et non e converso; secundum illud Rom

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26. Ergo inconvenienter dicitur quod persona divina secundum dona gratiae gratum Facientis mittatur.

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27. Dini bene Facientis aptius, ut illum hortemur ad danda, etiam si nullum bene positurus est

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FACIENTIS [ˌfasēˈīdis, ˌfaSHēˈīdis]

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