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Actus is a genus of Mononchidae, described by Baqri & Jairajpuri in 1973.


Actus is a musical group.

  • albums: "Mandala", "Sacro Sanctum", "Again and Again — Revelation and Manifestation"

Phrases with Actus

Phrases starting with the word Actus:

  1. actus reus
  2. Actus Minutus
  3. Actus Nanurus
  4. Actus Salvadoricus
  5. Actus Neocaledonensis

Phrases ending with the word Actus:

  1. Genus Actus
  2. Praxibulus Actus
  3. Species Praxibulus Actus
  4. Praxibulus Laminatus Actus
  5. Subspecies Praxibulus Laminatus Actus

Other phrases containing the word Actus:

  1. Species Actus Minutus
  2. Species Actus Salvadoricus
  3. Species Actus Neocaledonensis

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Actus

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Google previewLeading Cases in the Law of Scotland (1850)

Prepared from the Original Pleadings, Arranged in Systematic Order, and Elucidated by Opinions of the Court Never Before Published by George Ross

An hceres /actus is a stranger quoad the investiture. The difficulty here is that the person entering is heir of investiture. No matter as to the form of making up a title whether upon disposition or not. If deed was stript of the tailzie, nay, if only stript ...

Google previewPsychological Monographs (1908)

That evanescent and never-to-be-recovered sensational bit given to a unifying actus is the primordial fact at the core of this incomparable complex that we ourselves are. What atoms are to chemical nature, and cells to life, such is the valency ...

Google previewThe Digest of Justinian (2014)

by Charles Henry Monro

actus, m'a, aquoe ductus (footpath, driftway, roadway, water-course). Iter is the right of passing or walking for a man, but not of driving a beast of draught as well ; actus is the right of driving a beast of draught. 1 For protectus read projectus.

Google previewEarthquake Engineering (1988)

Mechanism, Damage Assessment and Structural Design by S F Borg

}actus is the value obtained from a single available canonical accelerogram, and 6 is the angle between a ray from the focus ot the location of the accelerograph and the actual direction of the accelerograph.

Google previewthe digest of justionian

actus is the right of driving a beast of draught tit. n] 79 On Servitudes of Urban Estates On Servitudes of Rustic Estates (De servitutibus praediorum rusticorum )...

Google previewThe Mediterranean Medina (2016)

International Seminar by Aa.Vv.

The correspondence with the Roman actus is the most reliable, and this result confirms the hypothesis of an urban organization of the area in ...

Google previewThe Cambridge Companion to Aquinas (1993)

by Norman Kretzmann, Eleonore Stump

Actus is an important technical term for Aquinas and other medieval philosophers. It means both action and actuality, in a way that may be clarified by such observations as these: A thing acts only if and only to the extent to which it actually ...

Google previewCatholic Encyclopedia (1907)

Actus means determination, complement, perfection. In every being there are many actualities, and these are subordinated. Thus existence supposes essence; power supposes existence; action supposes faculty. The first actuality (actus ...

Google previewWorld Dictionary of Foreign Expressions (1999)

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

actus act, deed (1); Dei of God (2): an act of God.] Law. An extraordinary natural act of violence such as an earthquake, flood, or storm, which can be neither predicted nor prevented. The nonperformance of an obligation attributable to actus ...

Google previewThe law lexicon; or dictionary of jurisprudence, etc (1867)


Acts done, distinguished into acts of God, of the law, and of men, hence the following Inaxlins :- Actus contra actum, a mutual consent. Actus curiaeneminem gravabit. Jenk. Cent. 118.—(An act of the court will hurt no person.) See this maxim ...

Google previewThe Cyclopedic Law Dictionary (1922)

With an Exhaustive Collection of Legal Maxims by Walter A. Shumaker, George Foster Longsdorf

ACTUAL CASH VALUE ACTUS REPUGNUM ceeding, before the court of session, in the administration of justice, made by the judges, who have the power by virtue of a Scotch act of parliament passed in 1540. Ersk. Princ. bk. 1, tit. 1, § 14.

Google previewA Law Dictionary and Glossary (1867)

Containing Full Definitions of the Prinicipal Terms of the Common and Civil Law, Together with Translations and Explanations of the Various Technical Phrases in Different Languages, Occurring in the Ancient and Modern Reports, and Standard Treatises; Embracing, Also, All the Principal Common and Civil Law Maxims. Compiled on the Basis of Spelman's Glossary, and Adapted to the Jurisprudence of the United States; with Copious Illustrations, Critical and Historical by Alexander Mansfield Burrill

olle coluntatem, et erit omnis actus indiferens; take away will, and every act becomes indifibrent. Bract. foL 101 b. Actus non tacit ream, nisi mens sit res. An act does not make [the deer of it] guilty, unless the mind be guilty; ...

Google previewThe cyclopedic dictionary of law (1901)

by Walter A. Shumaker, George Foster Longsdorf

ACTUS LEGIS, ETC. AD EXHAEREDITATIONEM to a ministerial act, from whomsoever it proceeds, let it be valid. Lofft, 458. ACTUS LEGIS NEMINI EST DAMNOSUS. The act of the law is hurtful to no one; an act in law shall prejudice no man.

Google previewEncyclopedia of Crime and Punishment (2002)

by David Levinson

fl CRIMINAL DEFENSES In the Anglo American system of criminal justice, most crimes have at least two minimum elements: actus reus, the criminal act or omission, and mens rea, the required mental ...

Google previewA Law Dictionary (1891)

Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States of America, and of the Several States of the American Union : with References to the Civil and Other Systems of Foreign Law by John Bouvier

See Actus non, etc. neccssarie negative, licet non aflirrnative. From Actio personalis moritur cum persona. A rimpossibility to non-existence the inference fol- semi action dies with the person. Noy, li ax. lows necessarily in the negative, though ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Criminal Justice Ethics (2014)

by Bruce A. Arrigo

Actus reusis the physical, observable aspectofacrime, and comprisesa bodily action, threatof action, orin some cases anomission orrefusal toact. To be heldlegally responsible forsome crimes requires bothan actus reus, Latin for “ guilty act,” ...

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Scrabble value of A1C3T1U1S1

The value of this 5-letter word is 7 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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