any of the three statutes (1549, 1559, 1662) regulating public worship services in the Anglican Church, especially the act of 1662 requiring the use of the Book of Common Prayer.
- Act of toleration
the statute (1689) granting religious freedom to dissenting Protestants upon meeting certain conditions.
- Act of war
an act of aggression by a country against another with which it is nominally at peace. noun an aggressive act, usually employing military force, which constitutes an immediate threat to peace
- Act on
anything done, being done, or to be done; deed; performance: a heroic act. the process of doing: caught in the act. a formal decision, law, or the like, by a legislature, ruler, court, or other authority; decree or edict; statute; judgment, resolve, or award: an act of Congress. an instrument or document stating something done […]
- Act one
act one language, specification A specification language. [“An Algebraic Specification Language with Two Levels of Semantics”, H. Ehrig et al, Tech U Berlin 83-1983-02-03]. (1994-11-08)