ACTS

Automated Computer Time Service
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ACTS

Advanced Communications Technologies; a EU initiative supporting early work on 3G and 4G mobile.
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ACTS

(Advanced Communications Technology Satellite) An experimental NASA satellite that has played a central role in the development and flight-testing of technologies now being used on the latest generation of commercial communications satellites. The first all-digital communic...
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ACTS

acronym: African Centre for Technology Studies
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acts

acts (AKS) 1. Somethings done; deeds: 'He did a series of acts of kindness for the poor woman.' 2. A process of doing certain things: 'He was caught in three acts of stealing.' 3. The main divisions of a play or opera: 'The play had five acts.' 4. Displays of affected or pretended behavior: 'She is not really angry; she has been...
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ACTS

Advisory Committee on Toxic Substances. An official committee which sets occupational exposure limits based upon assessments made by WATCH and taking into account, among other things: risks, evidence of health effects, socio-economic implications etc.
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Acts

In ethics the main concern is usually said to be with acts or actions, particularly voluntary ones, in their moral relations, or with the moral qualities of acts and actions. By an act or action here is meant a bit of behavior or conduct, the origination or attempted origination of a change by some agent, the execution of some agent's choice or de....
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Acts

[n] - a book of the New Testament
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