ACTS


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ACTSAdvanced Communications Technology Satellite
ACTSAfrican Centre for Technology Studies
ACTSAdvanced Communications Technologies and Services
ACTSAdvanced CompuTational Software
ACTSAutomated Computer Time Service
ACTSAir Corps Tactical School
ACTSAdoration Confession Thanksgiving Supplication (prayer guideline)
ACTSAssociation of Chicago Theological Schools (Illinois)
ACTSAir Combat Training System
ACTSAdvisory Committee on Toxic Substances
ACTSAdvanced Communications Technologies Services
ACTSAutomated Coin Toll Service
ACTSAutomated Case Tracking System
ACTSAdvanced Crew Transportation System (Russian Soyuz spacecraft model)
ACTSAlcohol Chemical Treatment Series
ACTSActivating Children's Thinking Skills
ACTSAmazon Conservatory for Tropical Studies
ACTSAegis Combat Training System
ACTSAsbestos Contractor Tracking System
ACTSAutomatic Coin Telephone Service
ACTSAdoration, Contrition, Thanksgiving, Supplication
ACTSAutomatic Coin Telephone System
ACTSAdoration Community Theology Service
ACTSAbundant Care Training Services (Detroit, MI)
ACTSAmerican Council for Trade in Services
ACTSAmerican Coalition for Traffic Safety, Inc.
ACTSArmy Compliance Tracking System
ACTSAppeals Case Tracking System
ACTSAcoustic Control and Telemetry System
ACTSAdvanced Civil Transport Simulator
ACTSAgency Check Tracking System
ACTSAdaptive Computerized Training System
ACTSAboriginal Christian Training Services (Tweed Heads, New South Wales, Australia)
ACTSAssociation of Competitive Telecommunications Suppliers (Canada)
ACTSAll-Channel Television Society
ACTSAutomatic Computer Telex Service
ACTSAutomated Compatibility Test System (CTL/GSFC/NASA)
ACTSAttorney-Client Trust Scale
ACTSAutomated Circuit Test System
ACTSAccountability, Controllability, and Traceability System
ACTSAssociation of Cable Television Suppliers
ACTSAutomated Communication Telemanagement System
ACTSAutomated Communications Test System
ACTSAdjustable Convertible Trust Security
ACTSAdventists Commissioned to Train Servants for Christ (Canada)
ACTSAutomated COSAL Tracking System
ACTSAutomated Configuration Tracking System
ACTSAutomatic Cloud Tracking System
ACTSAdvanced Extremely-High-Frequency COMSEC/TRANSEC System (NSA)
ACTSAssociation pour les Cardio-Transplantés de Strasbourg
ACTSAssociation of Clerical Technical Staffs
ACTSAssignment/Correspondence Tracking System
ACTSApache Crew Trainer System
ACTSAutomated Centralized Telemanagement System
ACTSAutomated CDRL and Tracking System
ACTSAffimex Customs and Trade Services (Canada)
ACTSAmerican Countryside Tourism Strategies
ACTSAcquisition Control & Tracking System
ACTSAction for Community Service Society (India)
ACTSAssociation of Cambridge Theatre Societies (UK)
ACTSAccess to Care, Treatment and Support (HIV/AIDS)
ACTSAssociation of Christian Teachers and Schools
ACTSAnnual Caribbean Tourism Summit
ACTSAction of Churches Together in Scotland (UK)
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The proper place today, the only place which Massachusetts has provided for her freer and less despondent spirits, is in her prisons, to be put out and locked out of the State by her own act, as they have already put themselves out by their principles.
But in regard to the interfering acts of a superior and subordinate authority, of an original and derivative power, the nature and reason of the thing indicate the converse of that rule as proper to be followed.
At this moment the bell rang to announce the drawing up of the curtain for the second act.
This, though the thought of the moment, did not end with the moment; for the inclination to act was awakened, and in no one more strongly than in him who was now master of the house; and who, having so much leisure as to make almost any novelty a certain good, had likewise such a degree of lively talents and comic taste, as were exactly adapted to the novelty of acting.
All plays taken together are called the drama, and the writers of them are called dramatists, from a Greek word dran, to act or do.
How will the struggle for existence, discussed too briefly in the last chapter, act in regard to variation?
An altruistic act is an act performed for the welfare of others.
A lady whose age was unknown, and whose personal appearance was stout -- but whose heart was in the right place -- volunteered to act the part of the sentimental "Julia," and brought with her the dramatic qualification of habitually wearing a wig in private life.
Yet they felt that the true test of any Juliet is the balcony scene of the second act.
The performance has only begun and you know that the ghost does not usually come until the middle of the first act.
The act, therefore, establishing the Constitution, will not be a NATIONAL, but a FEDERAL act.
If an enemy kills an enemy, there is nothing to excite pity either in the act or the intention, --except so far as the suffering in itself is pitiful.