prima facie [prahy-muh fey-shee-ee, fey-shee, fey-shuh, pree-]
1. at first appearance; at first view, before investigation.
2. plain or clear; self-evident; obvious.
Can be confused
ad hoc, a posteriori, a priori, ex post facto
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Origin: 1425–75; late Middle English < Latin prīmā faciē
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