Actor

Actor is slang for someone accomplished at playing a role, or bluffing.
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Actor

[programming language] The Actor programming language was invented by Charles Duff of The Whitewater Group in 1988. It was an offshoot of some object-oriented extensions to the Forth language he had been working on. Actor would be categorized as a pure object-oriented language in the style of Smalltalk. Like Smalltalk, everything was an obj...
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Actor

An actor (alternatively actress for a female; see terminology) is a person portraying a character in a dramatic or comic production; he or she performs in: film, television, theatre, or radio. Actor, ὑποκριτής (hypokrites), literally means `one who interprets`; an actor, then, is one who interprets a dramatic character. ==Terminology==.....
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Actor

Actor is slang for someone accomplished at playing a role, or bluffing.
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actor

[n] - a person who acts and gets things done 2. [n] - a theatrical performer
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Actor

In Greek mythology, son of Deion or Myrmidon, and grandfather of Patroclus, whose descendants were called Actorides. ...
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actor

Performer who takes one or more role(s) in a play or film. In ancient Greece, the speaking actors were distinguished from the chorus, whereas in ancient Indian and in medieval Japanese drama,...
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Actor

Ac'tor noun [ Latin actor , from agere to act.] 1. One who acts, or takes part in any affair; a doer. 2. A theatrical performer; a stageplayer. « After a well graced actor leaves the stage. Shak. » 3. (Law) (a) An adv...
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actor

histrion noun a theatrical performer
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actor

noun a person who acts and gets things done; `he`s a principal actor in this affair`; `when you want something done get a doer`; `he`s a miracle worker`
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Actor

• (n.) One who acts, or takes part in any affair; a doer. • (n.) A theatrical performer; a stageplayer. • (n.) An advocate or proctor in civil courts or causes. • (n.) One who institutes a suit; plaintiff or complainant.
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actor

actor 1. Originally, an agent or doer. 2. A person who acts and gets things done. 3. A theatrical performer.
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actor

Person playing a character in a play on the stage. His / her performance represents an interpretation of the character provided by the producer or director.
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Actor

The term is male in orientation but refers to any male or female who plays a role in film, on stage or in television productions
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Actor

An actor is a dramatic performer. One who performs in plays.
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Actor

[sociology] ===W. Mark Felt aka Watergate`s Deep Throat=== Self-nom. Detailed, sourced account of Mark Felt`s life with references. If someone wants to add specific footnotes--I don`t understand how the footnote system works--see my list here. PedanticallySpeaking 14:44, Jun 17, 2005 (UTC) ...
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Actor

[mythology] Actor (Greek: Ἄκτωρ; gen.: Ἄκτoρος) is a very common name in Greek mythology. Here is a selection of characters that share this name (which means `leader`, from the verb άγω: to lead or carry, to convey, bring): ==Sources== ...
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Actor

[policy debate] In policy debate, an actor is an entity that enacts a certain policy action. If a plan were to have the U.S. send humanitarian aid to Sudan, then the actor would be the United States federal government. Many times, actors are subdivided into more specific `agents`. The most common agents include the Supreme Court, the Presid...
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Actor

[disambiguation] An actor is a person who plays a role in theater, cinema or television. Actor can also refer to: Actress is the feminine form of `actor`; it can refer to: ...
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Actor

[UML] An actor in the Unified Modeling Language (UML) `specifies a role played by a user or any other system that interacts with the subject.` `An Actor models a type of role played by an entity that interacts with the subject (e.g., by exchanging signals and data), but which is external to the subject.` `Actors may represent roles played b...
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ACTOR

A person employed by the theatre to perform in one or more of the plays of the season. At the Globe, actors rehearse for approximately six weeks working with directors, designers and professionals specialising in text, movement and voice.
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