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1. The country has de facto independence now, and it will soon be recognized de jure by the world's governments.
2. If a crime occurs then there is, ipso facto, a guilty party.
3. This might be interpreted as a de facto recognition of the republic's independence.
4. The city is rapidly becoming the de facto centre of the financial world.
5. The general took de facto control of the country.
6. He held power de jure and de facto .
7. He continued to rule the country de facto.
8. English is de facto the common language of much of the world today.
9. He's her de facto husband though they're not actually married.
10. Twelve states have accorded de facto recognition to the new regime.
11. He was an outstanding pupil and, ipso facto, disliked by the rest of the class.
12. They will be de facto in a state of war.
13. They've invited Joanne and her de facto for lunch on Sunday.
14. Hyland is the department's de facto director.
15. Chops, our de facto Kiwi skipper and engineer, makes another valiant attempt to get it going with the starter cord.
16. The decisive ex post facto evidence of the benefits of union must therefore come from the united churches themselves.
17. Perhaps the biggest reason was the de facto revenue raid on the treasuries of other governmental entities the project would entail.
18. Control in most cases is ex post facto and akin to closing the stable door when the horse has bolted.
19. And Mark Thomas, 37, comedian and de facto investigative journalist, is nothing if not controversial himself.
20. No bill of attainder, or ex post facto law shall be passed.
21. This would bring about a de facto prohibition that will make drug prohibition seem like small beer.
22. Ipso facto, her innocence was established.
23. No one can alter the fact, ex post facto.
24. Though his kingship was challenged, he continued to rule de facto.
25. You cannot assume that a speaker of English is ipso facto qualified to teach English.
26. You admit you fired the gun and we now know that the shot killed the victim so you are, ipso facto, responsible for his death.
27. The Synod's declarations prevailed de jure but not de facto in the Roman Catholic Church down to the Reformation era.
28. If it is on British soil then it is de facto British.
29. This is civil war[sentencedict.com], and civil wars are ipso facto destructive for all involved.
30. With over 30 million successful downloads to date, Shockwave is becoming the de facto standard for Web multimedia playback.
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