open act

See: overt act
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Her unconsciousness of the evil which lives in the secret thoughts and therefore in the open acts of mankind, whenever it happens that evil thought meets evil courage; her unconsciousness was to be broken into with profane violence with desecrating circumstances, like a temple violated by a mad, vengeful impiety.
The OPEN ACT would build on the success of the Orphan Drug Act to provide incentives to increase market potential for companies that repurpose previously approved drugs for the treatment of rare diseases.
The contract organ is assigning a contract for a public tender with an open act which finishes with an electronic auction, as a final stage of the open act, according the article n.
The OPEN Act shows that bipartisan leadership is possible when something as important as America s energy future is concerned.