Acts of the Apostles

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a New Testament book describing the development of the early church from Christ's Ascension to Paul's sojourn at Rome

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When you are ill you shouldn't act. You make yourself ridiculous.
He reverts to the events which have happened since the close of the First Act. The Countess has sacrificed herself; the mercenary marriage has taken place--but not without obstacles, caused by difference of opinion on the question of marriage settlements.
'Such is the state of affairs at the opening of the Second Act.
As far as the scene of the Countess's soliloquy, the incidents of the Second Act had reflected the events of his late brother's life as faithfully as the incidents of the First Act. Was the monstrous plot, revealed in the lines which he had just read, the offspring of the Countess's morbid imagination?
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In 2001 the World Health Organization recommended that all countries where malaria is resistant to older drugs should switch to ACT.
Yet this is substantially what the Bush administration and its allies in the building of an imperial presidency did when they labeled their grasp for power "The Patriot Act."
The We Got to Stop Shooting Ourselves in the Foot, Especially When Our Foot Is in Our Mouth Act.
Feingold was the easiest mark yet: the only member of the United States Senate who had voted against the PATRIOT Act.
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The time for filing comments has expired, and the Board has considered the application and all comments received in light of the factors set forth in section 3 of the BHC Act.
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The ALA has issued a resolution against the PATRIOT Act and offers information on its Web site on how libraries can respond to requests for information under the act. Through its Office for Intellectual Freedom, the group offers free legal advice for libraries served with PATRIOT Act information requests that do not have their own legal counsel.
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