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[gun] = November 21 = == Help about a Simple Kitchen Procedure for Testing Yeast Viability before Using == I have used in the past a simple test for determining if the yeast that I have on hand, is still viable....I spread a layer of dry yeast on top of warm (not hot) water in a small glass dish & wait some time (15 minutes or less) to see ...
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Action is slang for recreational activities such as gambling, prostitution and drugs.
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[play] Action is a play by Sam Shepard. ==Production history== Action was first performed at the American Place Theatre, New York, in 1974. The original cast was as follows: ==Plot summary== ==Character summaries== ...
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[French TV channel] Action is a French television channel which shows action films and TV movies. ==History of the channel== A TV channel dedicated to films (cinema and telefilm) in the action genre, was commercially launched as part of the AB Sat package in 1996. It is also the name of a channel in the Starz Encore Group. ===Budget=== Acti...
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[genre] == Fair use rationale == == Licensing: == ...
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[Def Leppard song] Ewald Sphere construction for the case of normal incidence == Licensing: == ...
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[n] - the state of being active 2. [n] - the series of events that form a plot 3. [n] - the trait of being active and energetic and forceful 4. [n] - the operating part that transmits power to a mechanism 5. [n] - an act by a government body or supranational organization 6. [n] - the most important or interesting work or ...
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In guitar playing, action refers to how far the strings sit off of the guitar neck. When strings are close to the neck, it is referred to as 'Low Action'. When the string sit far above the neck, it is called 'High Action'. Guitars with low action are easier to play, but make sure they are not too close, or it could causing buzzing.
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Action

the height of the guitar strings above a fret or fretboard, usually measured from the top of a fret to the bottom of the string
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In law, one of the proceedings whereby a person or agency seeks to enforce rights or redress a wrong in a civil court. In the UK, civil actions (for example, the enforcement of a debt) are...
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see CLAIM
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Action

The lawful demand of one`s right by use of Legal Proceedings.
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Action

A Photoshop command sequence you can record and replay to automate recurrent imaging tasks.
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Ac'tion noun [ Old French action , Latin actio , from agere to do. See Act .] 1. A process or condition of acting or moving, as opposed to rest; the doing of something; exertion of power or force, as when one body acts on another; the effect of power exerted on one b...
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1. A process or condition of acting or moving, as opposed to rest; the doing of something; exertion of power or force, as when one body acts on another; the effect of power exerted on one body by another; agency; activity; operation; as, the action of heat; a man of action. 'One wise in council, one in action brave.' (Pope) ... 2. An act; a thing d...
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noun the series of events that form a plot; `his novels always have a lot of action`
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noun the trait of being active and energetic and forceful; `a man of action`
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noun the most important or interesting work or activity in a specific area or field; `the action is no longer in technology stocks but in municipal bonds`; `gawkers always try to get as close to the action as possible`
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action mechanism noun the operating part that transmits power to a mechanism; `the piano had a very stiff action`
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activity noun the state of being active; `his sphere of activity`; `he is out of action`
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sue verb institute legal proceedings against; file a suit against; `He was warned that the district attorney would process him`; `She actioned the company for discrimination`
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• (n.) A process or condition of acting or moving, as opposed to rest; the doing of something; exertion of power or force, as when one body acts on another; the effect of power exerted on one body by another; agency; activity; operation; as, the action of heat; a man of action. • (n.) An act; a thing done; a deed; an enterprise. (pl.): Ha...
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(from the article `small arm`) Practical shoulder-fired small arms started with the perfection of the flintlock ignition system in the mid-17th century (see military technology). ... ...cartridges. The weapons were first mounted on helicopters but afterward appeared on tripods and armoured vehicles. On these mounts, ... [2 related ar...
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(from the article `keyboard instrument`) In the three surviving examples of Cristofori`s pianos, which date from the 1720s, the mechanism, or `action,` differs somewhat from that described ... The late 20th century has seen a decline in production of pipe organs, with several large manufacturers going out of business in the Un...
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