The police who arrived at the scene helped the monks inspect the facility.
He watched the pit grow bigger every month, despite the numerous reports he wrote about the facility.
Guantánamo critics pointed to the high cost of keeping detainees incarcerated at the facility—$2.7 million a year per detainee.
As we walked through the venue, campaign staffers and facility workers greeted him warmly.
Which speaks to the nexus of the riddle that is Area 51—the reason the facility remains classified after all this time.
It is the Best instance on record of the facility with which success may be won by patient and intelligent industry.
But in pine, it is not beauty, but facility of working, which is the great object.
It is only strict precision of thought that confers 25 facility of expression.
Common hives give no facility for learning the bee's habits.
We have every facility for keeping warm, although if this atrocious weather continues we shall have to lay in more coal.
early 15c., "gentleness," from Middle French facilité, from Latin facilitatem (nominative facilitas) "easiness, ease, fluency, willingness," from facilis "easy" (see facile). Its sense in English moved from "genteelness" to "opportunity" (1510s), to "aptitude, ease" (1530s). Meaning "place for doing something," which makes the word so beloved of journalists and fuzzy writers, first recorded 1872.