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ACTGActing
ACTGAIDS Clinical Trial Group
ACTGAutomatic Correspondence of Tags and Genes (bioinformatics)
ACTGAnthony Cole Training Group (Cincinnati, OH)
ACTGAutologous Connective Tissue Grafts
ACTGActuating/Actuator
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But while the rehearsing and acting were going on the players received their food, and when it was all over they wound up with a great supper.
Nobody is fonder of the exercise of talent in young people, or promotes it more, than my father, and for anything of the acting, spouting, reciting kind, I think he has always a decided taste.
My father wished us, as schoolboys, to speak well, but he would never wish his grown-up daughters to be acting plays.
"If you are resolved on acting," replied the persevering Edmund, "I must hope it will be in a very small and quiet way; and I think a theatre ought not to be attempted.
"No, as to acting myself," said Edmund, "that I absolutely protest against."
Can we be wrong if Mary Crawford feels the same?" And Edmund, silenced, was obliged to acknowledge that the charm of acting might well carry fascination to the mind of genius; and with the ingenuity of love, to dwell more on the obliging, accommodating purport of the message than on anything else.
- The Acting Director, Directorate for Personnel and Records Management;
The proposed transaction may not be consummated before the fifteenth calendar day after the effective date of this order, or later than three months after the effective date of this order, unless such period is extended for good cause by the Board or the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, acting pursuant to delegated authority.
While the laws governing trustees can be long and complex, CPAs acting as trustees should keep the following in mind:
In virtually any terrorism case that does not involve a "lone wolf" defendant, it could be alleged that the defendant is acting on behalf of his organization as well as himself in directing his lawyer (as the government alleges in Stewart's case).
Summary: Requires the Secretary of Health and Human Services, acting through the Director of the Center for Mental Health Services, to make grants for evidence-based demonstration projects to integrate mental health services for older patients into primary care settings.
For the foregoing reasons, TEI strongly urges the Department of Finance to withdraw the draft legislation or substantially revise it to make it inapplicable to corporate employees acting within the scope of their employment at the direction of the employer.