Pact

Pact noun [ Latin pactum , from paciscere to make a bargain or contract, from pacere to settle, or agree upon; confer pangere to fasten, Greek ..., Sanskrit pāca bond, and English fang : confer French pacie . Confer Peace , Fadge...
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Pact

• (v.) An agreement; a league; a compact; a covenant.
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pact

pact 1. An agreement between two or more people or groups. 2. A treaty or formal agreement between nations to deal with a problem or to resolve a dispute. 3. An agreement, especially if formal and/or between the representatives of nations. 4. A compact; a bargain. Since a pact often ends a period of unfriendly relations, the word has 'peace' at...
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Pact

A pact, from Latin pactum (`something agreed upon`), is a formal agreement. In international relations, pacts are usually between two or more sovereign states. In domestic politics, pacts are usually between two or more political parties or other organizations. Notable international pacts include: ==Myth== ...
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PACT

Industry body representing independent cinema and tv producers.
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PACT

[compiler] PACT was a series of compilers for the IBM 701 and IBM 704 scientific computers. Their development was conducted jointly by IBM and a committee of customers starting in 1954. PACT I was developed for the 701, and PACT IA for the 704. The emphasis in that early generation of compilers was minimization of the memory footprint, beca...
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Pact

[disambiguation] A pact is a formal agreement. Pact, The Pact or PACT may also refer to: ==Literature and media== ==Organisations== ==Places== ==Science and technology== ...
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