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perform, do; play a role; playact; pretend, fake; tak action; react, take measures
something that is done, deed; operation, process by which something is accomplished; affectation, pretense; short performance; section of a play or opera; law or formal decision made by a legislature or other authority


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1. Australian slang for pretending to be something you are not
2. a fit of temper; a tantrum



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act
\act\ (ăkt), n. [l. actus, fr. agere to drive, do: cf. f. acte. see agent.]
1. that which is done or doing; the exercise of power, or the effect, of which power exerted is the cause; a performance; a deed. that best portion of a good man's life, his little, nameless, unremembered acts of kindness and of love. hence, in specific uses: (a) the result of public deliberation; the decision or determination of a legislative body, council, court of justice, etc.; a decree, edit, law, judgment, resolve, award; as, an act of parliament, or of congress. (b) a formal solemn writing, expressing that something has been done. (c) a performance of part of a play; one of the principal divisions of a play or dramatic work in which a certain definite part of the action is completed. (d) a thesis maintained in public, in some english universities, by a candidate for a degree, or to show the proficiency of a student.
2. a state of reality or real existence as opposed to a possibility or possible existence. [obs.] the seeds of plants are not at first in act, but in possibility, what they afterward grow to be.
3. process of doing; action. in act, in the very doing; on the point of (doing). "in act to shoot." this woman was taken in the very act. 4.
act
of attainder. (law) see attainder.
act
of bankruptcy (law), an act of a debtor which renders him liable to be adjudged a bankrupt.
act
of faith. (ch. hist.) see auto-da-fé.
act
of god (law), an inevitable accident; such extraordinary interruption of the usual course of events as is not to be looked for in advance, and against which ordinary prudence could not guard.
act
of grace, an expression often used to designate an act declaring pardon or amnesty to numerous offenders, as at the beginning of a new reign.
act
of indemnity, a statute passed for the protection of those who have committed some illegal act subjecting them to penalties.
act
in pais, a thing done out of court (anciently, in the country), and not a matter of record.

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A bill which has passed through the various legislative steps required for it and which has become law - (read more on Act)
  

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v. vang v. Da v. Degh (slang)

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Act or ACT may mean:
  • Act (band), a British band
  • Act (document), a document recording the legality of a transaction or contract
  • Act of Parliament, Act of Congress or Act of Tynwald, a statute or law passed by a legislature
  • Act (drama), a segment of a performance, such as a play or opera
  • Act or Acts, an obsolete name for the defence of theses at the University of Oxford and University of Cambridge
  • Act! CRM, a customer relationship management software
  • Acting, action of an actor in a theatrical performance
  • Acting (law), in law when someone is acting in a position of higher expenses
  • Acting (rank), in the military when someone assumes a higher rank temporarily
  • Act or S-act, the action of a monoid on a set, or a semiautomaton.
  • ISO 639-3 language code for Achterhooks
  • Acetylcholine, (ACt/ACh) a neurotransmitter
Acts may mean:
  • Acts of the Apostles, a book of the Christian New Testament

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Act! may refer to:
  • Act! CRM, a software
  • Act! (Italy), a political party

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Act! (previously known as Sage ACT! 2010-2013) is a customer relationship management (CRM) software application which is used to keep track of client and prospect details in a single database that can be shared by multiple users. It integrates with Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, Google Contacts, Gmail and other popular applications in order to generate and track communications with the contacts maintained in ACT!. It is developed by Swiftpage and has a user base of over 2.8 million registered users.

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The Acts of the Apostles (, Práxeis tôn Apostólon; ), often referred to simply as Acts, is the fifth book of the New Testament; it tells of the founding of the Christian church and the spread of its message to the Roman empire.

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Meaning
An act which are outside human control.
Origin
Originated in legal or insurance circles to denote acts which aren't the responsibility of any individual and therefore uninsurable.
ref: Brewer's Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, 15th edition Meaning
Warn roudy characters to stop behaving badly.
Origin
In English law the control of unruly citizens was the responsibility of local magistrates. If more than twelve people didn't disperse after the Riot Act was read to them the magistrate could order their arrest. No longer applies in law as the 1715 Riot Act was superseded by the 1986 Public Order Act.

factum, facio

Noun
1. a legal document codifying the result of deliberations of a committee or society or legislative body
(synonym) enactment
(hypernym) legal document, legal instrument, official document, instrument
(hyponym) decree, edict, fiat, order, rescript
(classification) law, jurisprudence
2. something that people do or cause to happen
(synonym) human action, human activity
(hyponym) action
(derivation) motivate, actuate, propel, move, prompt, incite
3. a subdivision of a play or opera or ballet
(hypernym) dramatic composition, dramatic work
(part-holonym) play, drama, dramatic play
(part-meronym) scene
4. a short theatrical performance that is part of a longer program; "he did his act three times every evening"; "she had a catchy little routine"; "it was one of the best numbers he ever did"
(synonym) routine, number, turn, bit
(hypernym) performance, public presentation
(hyponym) show-stopper, showstopper, stopper
5. a manifestation of insincerity; "he put on quite an act for her benefit"
(hypernym) expression, manifestation, reflection, reflexion
(derivation) dissemble, pretend
Verb
1. perform an action, or work out or perform (an action); "think before you act"; "We must move quickly"; "The governor should act on the new energy bill"; "The nanny acted quickly by grabbing the toddler and covering him with a wet towel"
(synonym) move
(antonym) refrain, forbear
(hyponym) alternate, take turns
(see-also) pursue, follow up on, act on
(derivation) action, activity, activeness
2. behave in a certain manner; show a certain behavior; conduct or comport oneself; "You should act like an adult"; "Don't behave like a fool"; "What makes her do this way?"; "The dog acts ferocious, but he is really afraid of people"
(synonym) behave, do
(hyponym) act involuntarily, act reflexively
(see-also) act up
(verb-group) play, act as
3. play a role or part; "Gielgud played Hamlet"; "She wants to act Lady Macbeth, but she is too young for the role"; "She played the servant to her husband's master"
(synonym) play, represent
(hypernym) re-create
(hyponym) make, pretend, make believe
(verb-group) play, act as
(derivation) actor, histrion, player, thespian, role player
(classification) performing arts
4. discharge one's duties; "She acts as the chair"; "In what capacity are you acting?"
(hypernym) serve
(hyponym) criticize, criticise
(derivation) actor, doer, worker
5. pretend to have certain qualities or state of mind; "He acted the idiot"; "She plays deaf when the news are bad"
(synonym) play, act as
(hypernym) behave, do
(verb-group) behave, do
6. be suitable for theatrical performance; "This scene acts well"
(hypernym) be
(verb-group) play, roleplay, playact
(derivation) routine, number, turn, bit
7. have an effect or outcome; often the one desired or expected; "The voting process doesn't work as well as people thought"; "How does your idea work in practice?"; "This method doesn't work"; "The breaks of my new car act quickly"; "The medicine works only if you take it with a lot of water"
(synonym) work
(hypernym) succeed, win, come through, bring home the bacon, deliver the goods
(verb-group) bring, work, play, wreak, make for
8. be engaged in an activity, often for no particular purpose other than pleasure
(hyponym) play
(derivation) action, activity, activeness
9. behave unnaturally or affectedly; "She's just acting"
(synonym) dissemble, pretend
(hyponym) simulate, assume, sham, feign
(verb-group) behave, do
10. perform on a stage or theater; "She acts in this play"; "He acted in `Julius Caesar'"; "I played in `A Christmas Carol'"
(synonym) play, roleplay, playact
(hypernym) perform
(hyponym) stooge
(verb-group) play
(derivation) actor, histrion, player, thespian, role player
(classification) dramaturgy, dramatic art, dramatics, theater, theatre


Action; Action Taken; Actual Instrument Time

A bill which has passed through the various legislative steps and, hence, has become law.

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Acts (abbreviation); [Acta Apostolorum => Acts| book of the Bible]

activity; Allied Command Transformation
  

Adgasu = v. to act disagreeable Ailachosi = v. act as second cause Anwadalu = v. to act inconstantly Attalmu = v. to act upon again Chwefru = v. to act violently Chwythedd = n. act of blowing Crefyddu = v. to act religiously Cybyddu = v. to act miserly Cymwynasu = v. to act kindly Darfradu = v. to act treachery Deriaw = v. to act frowardly Dichlynu = v. to act assiduously Ehofni = v. to act daring Eiste = n. the act of sitting Erlyniaeth = n. the act of pursuing Esing = n. act of bursting out Etholedigaeth = n. the act of electing, selection Ffaith = n. a fact; an act Ffelu = v. to act subtilely Ffoawd = n. the act of retreating Ffrwyso = v. to act violently Gadawedigaeth = n. act of leaving Gobrwyaeth = n. act of feeling Gobrwyedigaeth = n. remuneration, the act of hiring Godroad = n. act of milking Gohorian = v. to act sluggishly Goleuedigaeth = n. the act of enlightening Gorchymynedigaeth = n. the act of commanding Gorug = v. did, did perform, did act; he did, he made. Imperfect tense of Gothi = v. to scorn; to be proud, to act proudly Gwageddu = v. to act vainly Gwagelu = v. to act cautiously Gwaith = n. act, action; work; n. course, turn, time, ad. because, that, Gwarcheidwadu = v. to act as a trustee Gweithred = n. action, act Gwesteiaeth = n. act of visiting Gwrymiad = n. the act of making a seam Gwynafu = v. to act frowardly Gwynddasu = v. to act peevishly Gwystledigaeth = the act of pledging Gyrddu = v. to act vehemently Gystwng = n. act of lowering Hediant = n. the act of flying Iachaedigaeth = the act of healing Iawl = n. the act of glorifying Iolch = n. an act of devotion Lladrataeth = n. act of thieving Llafas = n. the act of daring Llawaeth = n. act of handing Llettyaeth = n. act of lodging Llongsaerniaeth = n. the act of ship-building Llywiedu = v. to act as director Mag = n. act of nursing, nurture Maldodi = v. to dally, to fondle, to act with levity Mechniaethu = v. to act as bail Mediad = n. the act of reaping Newidiant = n. act of changing Ofera = v. to waste; to act idly Offeiriannu = v. to act as agent Pasgiad = n. the act of fattening Pechod = n. sin, an evil act Penaethu = v. to act as a chief Porthianna = v. to provide; to act as a drover Porthmona = v. to act as a drover Porthori = v. to act as porter Rhieddu = v. to act as a chief Safaeth = n. the act of standing Sangedigaeth = n. act of treading Soddedigaeth = n. act of sinking Tafledigaeth = n. act of throwing Telawd = n. the act of stretching Tisiad = n. act of sneezing Trafodaeth = n. act of stirring, a bustling, an intermeddling, a transaction Trenu = v. to act rapidly Trew = n. the act of sneering Trwyadlu = v. to act alertly Tynelliad = n. the act of filling, a tun Udganiad = n. the act of sounding a trumpet Ymgyndynu = v. to act with mutual stubbornness Ystigo = v. to act strenuously

Act of 1915, that imposes the obligatory rule of 3 years minimum, the aging of the Scotch whisky. Act of 1784 that divided the Lowlands and the Highlands in Scotland.
The dividing line running between Greenock on the Firth of Clyde in the west and Dundee on the Firth of Tay in the east.

* Alcoholic beverage (40 to 58 % vol. alcohol), resulted of the distillate made from the elements of cereals, water and yeast (all natural elements) and matured, after the distillation in oakwood barrels
* There are several types of whisky: from barley, rye, wheat, corn, or other grains
* The terms "whisky" derive from Gaelic meaning "Water of Life"

Both 'A' hands, palms out, are held at shoulder height and rotate alternately toward the head.

Law, as an act of parliament 

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Allied Command Transformation

automatic custody transfer, more commonly called LACT, lease automatic custody transfer.

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verb
to do something, to have the effect of; the connecting tissue acts as a supporting framework; he had to act quickly to save his sister


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(v. t.)
To perform; to execute; to do.
   (v. t.)
To perform, as an actor; to represent dramatically on the stage.
   (v. t.)
To move to action; to actuate; to animate.
   (v. t.)
To feign or counterfeit; to simulate.
   (v. t.)
To assume the office or character of; to play; to personate; as, to act the hero.
   (v. i.)
To perform on the stage; to represent a character.
   (v. i.)
To perform actions; to fulfill functions; to put forth energy; to move, as opposed to remaining at rest; to carry into effect a determination of the will.
   (v. i.)
To exert power; to produce an effect; as, the stomach acts upon food.
   (v. i.)
To behave or conduct, as in morals, private duties, or public offices; to bear or deport one's self; as, we know not why he has acted so.
   (n.)
The result of public deliberation; the decision or determination of a legislative body, council, court of justice, etc.; a decree, edit, law, judgment, resolve, award; as, an act of Parliament, or of Congress.
   (n.)
That which is done or doing; the exercise of power, or the effect, of which power exerted is the cause; a performance; a deed.
   (n.)
Process of doing; action. In act, in the very doing; on the point of (doing).
   (n.)
A thesis maintained in public, in some English universities, by a candidate for a degree, or to show the proficiency of a student.
   (n.)
A state of reality or real existence as opposed to a possibility or possible existence.
   (n.)
A performance of part of a play; one of the principal divisions of a play or dramatic work in which a certain definite part of the action is completed.
   (n.)
A formal solemn writing, expressing that something has been done.
  

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Action

pretending to be something you're not quick wash; perfunctory wash of the face, hands and crotch (Mary Pickford was an early US film actress) act in a cowardly way (of a homosexual) not openly gay or lesbian


Active: Opposite of inactive or passive, e.g. active clearance control.

Allied Command Transformation
  

In the legal sense, this word may be used to signify the result of a public deliberation, the decision of a prince, of a legislative body, of a council, court of justice, or a magistrate. Also, a decree, edict, law, judgment, resolve, award, determination. Also, an instrument in writing to verify facts, as act of assembly, act of congress, act of parliament, act and deed. Acts are civil or criminal, lawful or unlawful, public or private.

Public acts, usually denominated authentic, are those which have a public authority, and which have been made before public officers, are authorized by a public seal, have been made public by the authority of a magistrate, or which have been extracted and been properly authenticated from public records.

Acts under private signature are those which have been made by private individuals, under their hands. An act of this kind does not acquire the force of an authentic act, by being registered in the office of a notary unless it has been properly acknowledged before the officer, by the parties to it.

Private acts are those made by private persons, as registers in relation to their receipts and expenditures, schedules, acquittances, and the like.

Civil Law, Contracts. A writing which states in a legal form that a thing has been said, done, or agreed. In Latin, Instrumentum.

Evidence. The act of one of several conspirators, performed in pursuance of the common design, is evidence against all of them. An overt act of treason must be proved by two witnesses.

The terra. acts, includes written correspondence, and other papers relative to the design of the parties, but whether it includes unpublished writings upon abstract questions, though of a kindred nature, has been doubted.

In cases of partnership it is a rule that the act or declaration of either partner, in furtherance of the common object of the association, is the act of all.

And the acts of an agent, in pursuance of his authority, will be binding on his principal.

Legislation. A statute or law made by a legislative body; as an act of congress is a law by the congress of the United States; an act of assembly is a law made by a legislative assembly. If an act of assembly expire or be repealed while a proceeding under it is in fieri or pending, the proceeding becomes abortive; as a prosecution for an offence.

Acts are general or special; public or private. A general or public act is a universal rule which binds the whole community; of which the courts are bound to take notice ex officio.

Explanatory acts should not be enlarged by equity although such acts may be allowed to have a retrospective operation.

Private or special acts are rather exceptions, than rules; being those which operate only upon particular persons and private concerns; of these the courts are not bound to take notice, unless they are pleaded.
   

This entry contains material from Bouvier's Legal Dictionary, a work published in the 1850's.


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