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Latin. That you cause. You do it; you cause. 

Occurring in the phrases scire facias (that you cause to know), fieri facias (that you cause to be made), etc. Used also in the phrases do ut facias (I give that you may do), facto ut facias (I do that you may do), two of the four divisions of considerations made by Blackstone, 2 Com. 444.

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