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ACTSAdvanced Communications Technology Satellite
ACTSAccess to Care, Treatment and Support (HIV/AIDS)
ACTSAssociation of Christian Teachers and Schools
ACTSAction of Churches Together in Scotland (UK)
ACTSAfrican Centre for Technology Studies
ACTSAutomated Computer Time Server
ACTSAdvanced Communication Technology Satellite
ACTSAdvanced Communications Technologies and Services
ACTSAdvanced CompuTational Software
ACTSAction for Community Service Society (India)
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
ACTSAdvanced Clinical Trial Solutions
ACTSAnnual Caribbean Tourism Summit
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
ACTSAssociation of Cambridge Theatre Societies (UK)
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
ACTSAdvanced Civil Transport Simulator
ACTSAcoustic Control and Telemetry System
ACTSAgency Check Tracking System
ACTSAdaptive Computerized Training System
ACTSAboriginal Christian Training Services (Tweed Heads, New South Wales, Australia)
ACTSAssociation of Competitive Telecommunications Suppliers (Canada)
ACTSAutomatic Computer Telex Service
ACTSAll-Channel Television Society
ACTSAutomated Compatibility Test System (CTL/GSFC/NASA)
ACTSAttorney-Client Trust Scale
ACTSAccountability, Controllability, and Traceability System
ACTSAssociation of Cable Television Suppliers
ACTSAutomated Circuit Test System
ACTSAutomated Communications Test System
ACTSAdventists Commissioned to Train Servants for Christ (Canada)
ACTSAutomated Communication Telemanagement System
ACTSAdjustable Convertible Trust Security
ACTSAutomated COSAL Tracking System
ACTSAutomatic Cloud Tracking System
ACTSAdvanced Extremely-High-Frequency COMSEC/TRANSEC System (NSA)
ACTSAssociation of Clerical Technical Staffs
ACTSAssignment/Correspondence Tracking System
ACTSAutomated Configuration Tracking System
ACTSAssociation pour les Cardio-Transplantés de Strasbourg
ACTSApache Crew Trainer System
ACTSAutomated Centralized Telemanagement System
ACTSAffimex Customs and Trade Services (Canada)
ACTSAutomated CDRL and Tracking System
ACTSAmerican Countryside Tourism Strategies
ACTSAcquisition Control & Tracking System
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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.
There is no position which depends on clearer principles, than that every act of a delegated authority, contrary to the tenor of the commission under which it is exercised, is void.
After a short pause, however, the subject still continued, and was discussed with unabated eagerness, every one's inclination increasing by the discussion, and a knowledge of the inclination of the rest; and though nothing was settled but that Tom Bertram would prefer a comedy, and his sisters and Henry Crawford a tragedy, and that nothing in the world could be easier than to find a piece which would please them all, the resolution to act something or other seemed so decided as to make Edmund quite uncomfortable.
The recommendatory act of Congress is in the words following: "WHEREAS, There is provision in the articles of Confederation and perpetual Union, for making alterations therein, by the assent of a Congress of the United States, and of the legislatures of the several States; and whereas experience hath evinced, that there are defects in the present Confederation; as a mean to remedy which, several of the States, and PARTICULARLY THE STATE OF NEW YORK, by express instructions to their delegates in Congress, have suggested a convention for the purposes expressed in the following resolution; and such convention appearing to be the most probable mean of establishing in these States A FIRM NATIONAL GOVERNMENT:
"And the highest, finest, right conduct," I interjected, "is that act which benefits at the same time the man, his children, and his race."
He reverts to the events which have happened since the close of the First Act. The Countess has sacrificed herself; the mercenary marriage has taken place--but not without obstacles, caused by difference of opinion on the question of marriage settlements.
I cannot tell you the exact date of our first Miracle plays, but the earliest that we know of certainly was acted at the end of the eleventh or beginning of the twelfth century.
A few moments afterwards the footlights flared up and the curtain rose on the third act. Dorian Gray went back to his seat.
The first criticism I have to make is that the ACT seems unnecessary and fictitious.
"You are right, Laurence," said Grandfather, "and it was really amazing and terrible to see what a change came over the aspect of the people the moment the English Parliament had passed this oppressive act. The former history of our chair, my children, has given you some idea of what a harsh, unyielding, stern set of men the old Puritans were.
During this act every time Natasha looked toward the stalls she saw Anatole Kuragin with an arm thrown across the back of his chair, staring at her.
Sergey Ivanovitch read the act and began to explain its meaning, but at that point a tall, stout, round-shouldered landowner, with dyed whiskers, in a tight uniform that cut the back of his neck, interrupted him.