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Acte is the fictional representation of Claudia Acte, mistress of the emperor Nero.


"Acte" is a book by Lawrence Durrell.

  • also known as "Acte; a play"; "Acte: a play"


"Acte" is a musical album of Psykick Lyrikah.

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  1. ACTE a.k.a. Actin, gamma 2, smooth muscle, enteric is a protein.
  2. Acte a.k.a. actin, gamma 2, smooth muscle, enteric is a gene.
    • also known as actin-like protein; smooth muscle gamma actin; actin, gamma 2; alpha-actin 3

Phrases with Acte

Phrases starting with the word Acte:

  1. Acte Clair
  2. Acte Gratuit

Phrases ending with the word Acte:

  1. entr'acte
  2. Berta Acte
  3. Scelio acte
  4. Colotis Acte
  5. Adicella acte
  6. Nymphidium Acte
  7. Species Berta Acte
  8. Species Scelio Acte
  9. species Adicella acte
  10. Species Nymphidium Acte

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Google previewMiklós Rózsa's Ben-Hur (2011)

A Film Score Guide by Roger Hickman

The Entr'acte is an abbreviated version of the Overture. The Anno Domini, Judea, and Esther themes are heard as before, but Miriam and Friendship are omitted. The other difference between the two is the coda. While the Overture begins in A ...

Google previewW. A. Mozart (2007)

by Hermann Abert, Stewart Spencer

The fourth entr'acte is a violent description of the 'general confusion" that reigns at the end of the previous act. Suddenly a solemn, dignified second subject enters. Constantly repeated, it dominates the development section, too, before finally ...

Google previewSecond Generation Expert Systems (2012)

by Jean-Marc David, Jean-Paul Krivine, Reid Simmons

ACTE is a KA tool in a medical diagnosis domain. The resulting knowledge-base system is aimed at doing a heuristic classification. The approach is based on the interpretation of a causal model. The aim of this interpretation is ...

Google previewThe Very Short Plays (2017)

by Carolyn Gage

Just as Entr'acte is a half-hour condensation of the journey of a survivor from denial to acceptance and integration, Patricide is a sixty-second condensation of a survivor's journey from subordination to liberation. Although, ostensibly, the scene ...

Google previewEssays Catholic and Critical (2017)

By George P. Schner, SJ by Mark A. Husbands

The entr'acte is an aside concerning how Frei's work ...

Google previewMusic and the Silent Film (1997)

Contexts and Case Studies, 1895-1924 by Martin Miller Marks

In some respects the music recalls earlier scores discussed above, for, like L' Assassinat, Entr'acte is a unified, continuous piece, composed for a small orchestra and lasting about twenty minutes. But the film's unconventional nature forced ...

Google previewPennsylvania State Reports Containing Cases Decided by the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania (1887)

by Pennsylvania. Supreme Court

The Acte is a perfect execution of the power under the rule of construction established by the Act of June 4th, 1879, ...

Google previewPennsylvania State Reports (1887)

by Pennsylvania. Supreme Court

The Acte is a perfect execution of the power under the rule of construction established by the Act of June 4th, 1879, ...

Google previewThe Quarterly Journal of Education (1831)

An acte is a tract of land stretching outwards into the sea, and, of course, surrounded by water, except where it joins to the continent; at which point of ...

Google previewThe Spectator (1890)

Hugh Westbury's Acte is an admirable third, which is none the less welcome for...

Google previewEuropean Silent Films on Video (2006)

A Critical Guide by William B. Parrill

An entr'acte is a performance put on during an intermission between acts, or conversely, the intermission itself. Entr'acte was made to be shown in the interval between the acts of Francis Picabia's new ballet, Relâche, at the Théätre des ...




Google previewLexicon Of Human Rights / Les Définitions des Droits de l'Homme (2008)

by Cédric Viale

La traite des esclaves comprend tout acte de capture, d'acquisition ou de cession d'un individu en vue de la réduire en esclavage; tout acte d'acquisition d'un esclave en vue de le vendre ou de l'échanger; tout acte de cession parvente ou ...

Google previewMultilingual Law Dictionary (1979)

by Lawrence Deems Egbert, Fernando Morales Macedo

act acte (m); action (f); fait (m); loi(f) acción (f); acto (m); hecho (m); ley (f) Akt (m); Handlung (f); Tat (f); Gesetz (n) 1 26. act of Congress (U.S.A.) décision, loi, du Congrès ley del Congreso Gesetz des Kongresses; ...

Google previewDictionary of Contemporary France (2014)

by Richard Aplin, Joseph Montchamp

ACTE AUTHENTIQUE 3 It also grants a number of literary prizes, the award of which guarantees critical interest and respectable sales figures to an author. The Academie franfaise is affiliated to the INSTITUT DE FRANCE. ACADEMIE ...

Google previewMiddle English Dictionary (2001)

by Hans Kurath, Sherman McAllister Kuhn, Robert E. Lewis

319a: Provided also that this Acte. .nor. .be prejudiciall. .of xii Cartefull Wode Rowers, to be take yerely for ...

Google previewWorld Dictionary of Foreign Expressions (1999)

A Resource for Readers and Writers by Gabriel Adeleye, Kofi Acquah-Dadzie

acte authentique n., pl. actes authentiques [Fr. acte deed, act (2); authentique legal, authentic (1): authentic or legal deed.] French Law. A deed executed in accordance with some laid down ...

Google previewA Law Dictionary Containing Definitions of the Terms and Phrases of American and English Jurisprudence, Ancient and Modern ... (1995)

by Henry Campbell Black

ACTE. In French law, denotes a document or formal, solemn writing, embodying a legal attestation that something has been -done, corresponding to one sense or use of the English word "act" Thus, actes de naissance are the certificates of ...

Google previewA Dictionary for the Modern Conductor (2015)

by Emily Freeman Brown

Also entr'acte. (Ger. Zwischenspiel; It. interludio, intermedio, intermezzo; Sp. interludio.) interludio. (It., Sp.) Interlude. Also (It.) intermedio, (It.) intermezzo. (Fr. entr'acte, interlude; Ger. Zwischenspiel.) intermedio. (It.) Interlude. Also interludio ...

Google previewDictionary of the Theatre (1998)

Terms, Concepts, and Analysis by Patrice Pavis, Christine Shantz

In the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, performances were often interrupted or concluded with an entr'acte, or interlude*, which was danced and sung. A mixed genre located both within the staged fiction and on the fringes of the social ...

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Entr'acte Meaning

Video shows what entr'acte means. An interval between two acts of a play or opera.. Another performance, such as a piece of music or a dance, during this..

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