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acta

(ˈæktə)
pl n
an official record of public events
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Involuntarily he glanced up and around to see if there were any trace of those opportune levin-flashes and thunderbolts which, in the "Acta Sanctorum," were wont so often to cut short the loose talk of the scoffer.
The reality is something different with only 68% of the schools ACTA surveyed requiring three or fewer of the seven core subjects.
Since joining ACTA in 1989, he has led the development of common risk acceptability and risk analysis standards across the US and promoted their international adoption.
ACTA also has $83.7 million in unrated series 2012 bonds, which are on parity with the rated senior revenue bonds.
The impact of Acta Dermatovenerologica Alpina, Pannonica et Adriatica (Acta Dermatovenerol APA) is closely monitored by our editorial office.
BMPs and ActA are members of the transforming growth factor beta (TGF-[beta]) superfamily and control a wide range of fundamental cellular processes, including tissue patterning during embryogenesis and cell proliferation and differentiation.
ACTA asked for the situation to be handled with care as cooperation with foreign travel agents could be at risk.