Fabaceous describes something that has the nature of a bean or is like a bean.
A Fabian policy is a policy of delays and cautions. It is so called after the style of policy used by Fabiu Maximus, who, by carefully avoiding decisive contests, foiled Hannibal, harassing his army by marches, counter- marches, and Ambuscades.
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The Fabian Society is a socialist association founded in London in 1883 which aims at the reorganisation of society by the emancipation of land and capital from individual and class ownership, and the vesting of them in the community for the general benefit.
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Fabliau is a form of early French literature consisting of short versified tales, comic in spirit and intended primarily for recitation.Philips Ultrasound Transducer They were mainly written between the 12th and 14th centuries in northern France, and caricature every subject, but particularly women.
A fac (from a shortening of facsimile) is a large ornamental letter used, especially by the early printers, at the commencement of the chapters and other divisions of a book.
A face mold is a template or pattern used by carpenters, and the like, to outline the forms which are to be cut out from boards, sheet metal, etc.
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A facet is a single, small, flat, side of a many-sided object, like for example one of the small sides of a cut diamond.
Factorial is a name in mathematics given to the factors of a continued product when the former are derivable from one and the same function F(x) by successively imparting a constant increment or decrement h to the independent variable. Thus the product F(x).F(x + h).F(x + 2h) . . . F[x + (n-1) h] is called a factorial term, and its several factors take the name of factorials.
The fading was an old Irish dance of the jig type.
The Fairlop Oak was a 500 year old oak tree with a trunk 14 meters in circumference in Hainault forest, Essex. Beneath its branches an annual fair was long held on the first Friday in July. It was blown down in 1820.
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In old English law, faldage was the privilege of setting up, and moving about, folds for sheep, in any fields within manors, so as to manure them. The privilege was often reserved to himself by the lord of the manor.
In old English law, a faldfee was a fee or rent paid by a tenant for the privilege of faldage on his own ground.
A faldstool is a reading-desk used in Anglican and Roman Catholic churches during certain portions of the service. A kneeling shelf is attached to the lower part. Originally a faldstool was a folding stool, or portable seat, made to fold up in the manner of a camo stool. Medison Ultrasonic Probe It was formerly placed in the choir for a bishop, when he officiated in any but his own cathedral church. The term is also used to describe a small stool employed in the coronation service for the use of the sovereign when being crowned.
Fall-door (faldore) was 15th century English for a trap-door.
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