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  • 1 ACT-R — (pronounced act ARE : Adaptive Control of Thought Rational) is a cognitive architecture mainly developed by John Robert Anderson at Carnegie Mellon University. Like any cognitive architecture, ACT R aims to define the basic and irreducible… …

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  • 2 ACT! — Entwickler Sage Betriebssystem Microsoft Windows Kategorie CRM Software Lizenz proprietär …

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  • 3 Act-Up — Paris Date de création 1989 Réunion hebdomadaire tous les jeudis à 19 h à l École des Beaux Arts 14, rue Bonaparte 75006 Paris Nombre d adhérents 150 revendiqués Site internet …

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  • 4 Act-up — Paris Date de création 1989 Réunion hebdomadaire tous les jeudis à 19 h à l École des Beaux Arts 14, rue Bonaparte 75006 Paris Nombre d adhérents 150 revendiqués Site internet …

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  • 5 Act Up — Paris Date de création 1989 Réunion hebdomadaire tous les jeudis à 19 h à l École des Beaux Arts 14, rue Bonaparte 75006 Paris Nombre d adhérents 150 revendiqués Site internet …

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  • 6 act — 1 n 1 a: something done by a person in accordance with his or her free will a tortious act see also actus reus b: the failure to do something that one has a legal duty to do – called also negative act; 2 a …

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  • 7 Act Up — Logo Die Bewegung Act Up (AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power „AIDS Koalition um Kraft zu entfesseln“) entstand 1987 in New York (USA) um durch neue öffentlichkeitswirksame Aktionen mehr Dynamik und Politisierung in die Thematisierung von Aids zu… …

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  • 8 act — ACT, acte, s.n. 1. Document eliberat, emis etc. de o autoritate prin care se arată un fapt, o obligaţie, identitatea cuiva etc. ♢ Act de acuzare = concluzie scrisă întocmită de organele judiciare spre a dovedi vinovăţia cuiva. 2. Manifestare a… …

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  • 9 Act — oder Act steht für: Act (Musik), Musikformation ACT (Plattenlabel), ein Jazz Platten Label in Feldafing, gegründet von Siegfried Loch ACT!, eine Customer Relationship Management Anwendung ACT (Software), eine CRM Software von Sage (früher von… …

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  • 10 Act — ([a^]kt), n. [L. actus, fr. agere to drive, do: cf. F. acte. See {Agent}.] 1. That which is done or doing; the exercise of power, or the effect, of which power exerted is the cause; a performance; a deed. [1913 Webster] That best portion of a… …

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  • 11 ACT — oder Act steht für: Act (Musik), Musikformation ACT (Plattenlabel), ein Jazz Platten Label in Feldafing, gegründet von Siegfried Loch ACT!, eine Customer Relationship Management Anwendung ACT New Zealand, eine politische Partei in Neuseeland,… …

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  • 12 Act 2 — Groupe de 2 artistes issu du label CB Style records. C’est en 1997 que nait Act 2 après la dissolution du groupe Da BRonx (créé en 1996 avec Casus Belli). Après avoir sorti en 2006 le maxi « Avant première», en 2004 , Act 2 sort en 2007 leur …

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  • 13 Act — 〈[ æ̣kt] m. 6; Jugendspr.〉 1. (bes.) bekannte od. erfolgreiche Popmusikgruppe (MainAct, TopAct) 2. Liveauftritt einer Band (LiveAct) [engl., „Akt, (Programm )Nummer“] * * * Act [ɛkt ], der; s, s [engl. act = Darbietung, Nummer, zu ↑ 1Akt (3)] …

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  • 14 act — ► VERB 1) take action; do something. 2) take effect or have a particular effect. 3) behave in a specified way. 4) (act as) fulfil the function of. 5) (act for/on behalf of) represent on a contractual or legal basis. 6) …

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  • 15 Act — or ACT may mean:* Act of Parliament (Act of Congress in the USA) a statute or law passed by a legislature. * Act (band), a British band * ACT New Zealand, a New Zealand political party * Act (document), a document recording the legality of a… …

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  • 16 act — n 1 *action, deed Analogous words: performance, accomplishment, achievement (see corresponding verbs at PERFORM): *feat, exploit 2 statute, law, *bill act vb 1 Act, be …

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  • 17 act — act, action 1. The distinction between the two words in their general meanings is not always clear: we are judged by our acts or by our actions. In general, however, action has more of the notion of performance, and extends to inanimate things… …

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  • 18 ACT — may refer to:Most commonly: * Australian Capital Territory, the capital territory of the Commonwealth of Australia * ACT (examination), a college entrance exam in the United StatesIn business: * Advanced Cell Technology, a biotech corporation… …

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  • 19 act — act1 [akt] n. [ME < OFr acte < L actus, a doing or moving, actum, thing done, pp. of agere, to do < IE base * ag̑ , to drive, do > Gr agein, to lead] 1. a thing done; deed 2. an action; doing [caught in the act of stealing] 3. a… …

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  • 20 Act — Act, v. i. 1. To exert power; to produce an effect; as, the stomach acts upon food. [1913 Webster] 2. To perform actions; to fulfill functions; to put forth energy; to move, as opposed to remaining at rest; to carry into effect a determination of …

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