Self-action


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Self`-ac´tion


n.1.Action by, or originating in, one's self or itself.
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The most significant threat of 2013 is related to the cancelation of several tax benefits (due to end of their validity period) which will happen in early 2013, and to self-action reduction of the budget expenses according to Budget Control Act.
Niyama, positive self-action, includes purity, contentment, discipline, self-study, and devotion.
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In his closing speech Farrakhan outlined an eightpoint plan for participants to begin the process of self-action, followed by a pledge that asked each man to join a community organization back home and be an active mentor.
From that profile, the students are assisted in developing self-action plans.