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acta

(ˈæktə)
pl n
an official record of public events
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We are thankful for the continued contribution to the ACTA from Mr Wong, Ms Fung and Mr Lau.
After the recent acceptance of Acta Dermatovenerologica Alpina, Pannonica et Adriatica (Acta Dermatovenerol APA) for coverage in Thomson Reuters' new index in the Web of Science Core Collection called the Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI) (1), the editorial office has more good news for the journal's authors and readers.
In 1998, the name of the journal was changed to Acta Scientiarum, chosen to express the contents and the philosophy of the journal which published scientific articles as products of original and still unpublished research.
Csaszar: Generalized topology, generalized continuity, Acta Math.
These non-EU countries who have signed ACTA include Australia, Canada, Japan, South Korea, Morocco, New Zealand, Singapore and the US, although none have yet ratified it.
A majority of MEPs expressed serious concerns about anti-counterfeiting treaty ACTA in a plenary debate ahead of Wednesday's vote.
Status of ACTA Negotiating Parties in Selected Other
On 8 May, five petitions on ACTA will be debated in the EP Committee on Petitions (PETI).
According to Acta the products being presented at the show are new additions to its range of hydrogen generators.
The European Union's executive said on Wednesday it would refer ACTA disputes to the bloc's highest court to check whether it complies with EU fundamental rights.
The transaction is anticipated to close within the next four weeks, Acta said in a press release.