Prepositions used with "act"

"in act" or "of act"?

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In 31% of cases act in is used

Thirdly, they differ in certain acts.

Peter's statements in Acts 2 confirm it.

He tell us in Acts 20, about his own mission.

The Ethiopian Eunuch In Acts 8:26-40 we are told of the conversion of the Ethiopian Eunuch.

Dibelius, 42 who maintains that the speeches in Acts as compositions of the writer, or with F.

Garland, and other dispensationalists, miss the implications of Peter's statement in Acts 2:36.

Soards, The Speeches in Acts: Their Content, Context, and Concerns (Louisville, KY: Westminster/John Knox Press, 1994 ), p.

For in the first place (that we may sooner or later explain these things ), sinners are such in act, in habit, or in capability.

In Acts Chapter 2, you read that there were dwelling at Jerusalem, Jews, devout men, out of every nation under heaven (verse 5).

The subtlety of the passion and resolve that Tatiana feels in Act III was not as apparent as it might have been on opening night.

In 31% of cases act of is used

There's a lot of acts I'd like to work.

There is no indication of acts or scenes.

However I don't encourage this kind of act and it is not really good option to be a young mother.

And that's no doubt partly down to Romano's day job as a booking agent in Italy for a host of acts.

What it means in practice is that certain kinds of acts lead us to conduct another act as a rule e.

The church should never stop what it is called to do -- GO AND MAKE DISCIPLES Going through the book of Acts this week.

Camille has her sights set on international stardom, inspired by the successes of acts like Sean Paul, Rihanna and Beyonce.

From this point of view, it can be seen why certain forms of activity are, and others are not, matter of historical knowledge.

By synecdoche, if it refers to the whole series of acts opposed to Predestination; by catachresis, if it refers to non-election.

In 11% of cases act to is used

Employees must have freedom from consent to act, experiment to make good things happen.

Before the wedding, the bride must have an older relative to act as chaperon -- no matter the age of the bride to be.

That the immigrlitipn officer had to act fairly and in accordance with the principle of natural justice was also accepted by Salmon LJ.

Criminal Activity: The Klan has a relatively high association with criminal activity, ranging from hate crimes to acts of domestic terrorism.

Mentalism relies on interaction with an audience, which Bolter prefers to acts that offer well-rehearsed material that only requires people to watch.

Water Matters: Why We Need to Act Now to Save Our Most Critical Resource is a call to action and a solution-focused guide to solving our global water crisis.

If they are not linked to acts of violence, and do not step beyond the boundaries of our traditional laws on incitement, who are we to gag and silence those we do not wish to hear.

The US President issues executive orders, which have the full force as delegated secondary legislation in exercise of the function of the exercise and in pursuance to Acts of the US Congress.

In 9% of cases act by is used

The Police Depot, now National Police Training School (NPTS ), was established by Act of Colonial Office in January 1930.

Basing in accordance with the laws, he had no the audacity to cut off such a subsidy as this was introduced by Act of Parliament.

All mutual benefit association existing and licensed as such under the provisions of Article Eight, Chapter Forty-One of the Revised Administrative Code, as amended by Act No.

Surely nobody in government believes that they can force the doctors to resume work by the barrel of the gun or by acts of thuggery such as those Dr Ulimboka was unfortunate enough to suffer.

In 7% of cases act for is used

Liability for acts of partners done after dissolution 45.

Man is to blame for acts committed, yes, but so is religion.

Protection against prosecution for acts done under this Chapter 132.

If we miss this chance, other will use the same flag for acts of violence and create a chaos.

Help! The Scripture Link for Acts Did Not Work This page uses pop-up boxes for you to view scripture passages or other information.

Obviously, the live comedy scene is a way for acts to hone their writing and performance before one day landing a spot on radio or TV.

His failure to mount a single prosecution for acts committed in Guantnamo, or on Wall Street, has done harm to the common understanding of the rule of law.

I certainly don't want people to lose their lives, but for goodness sake, the Council and Government can't be expected to take the blame for acts of Mother Nature.

After an extremely successful series, they are looking for acts to audition who want to push the boundaries of dance and bring something new and innovative to the table.

Forth, the administration of the law for acts that are made unlawful by the government on ground of morality results in a weaker defence for society against discriminated.

In 3% of cases act with is used

It is, in fact, often those protesting the safe and responsible production of natural gas who threaten EID-M staff with acts of violence.

The recent George Town Festival, which took place for a whole month, was a resounding success with acts of theatre, opera, dance, music and film.

We are lucky that they do not prove their existence with acts of hostility, destruction and death (which is the kind of proof that the physics community would understand).

In 2% of cases act as is used

So, feel wisely as well as act logically.

The burning of the Jaffna Public Library and the Eelanadu Press were widely regarded as acts of cultural genocide.

The NUS has instructed law firm Bindmans to file a third party intervention in the London Met case on its behalf, as well as act as an independent expert in the case.

In Islam it refers to introducing new things into religion which have no basis in the Quran or Sunnah, and in addition to this, to regard these new things as acts of? ibdah.

He further argued that the VIO officials didn't have the guts to stop a vehicle with sirens driving against traffic as he did to the lawmaker, describing their action as act of insubordination.

In 2% of cases act between is used

There is a distinction between acts that are illegal and acts that are immoral.

A theatrical term denoting the point at which the curtain is dropped between acts.

The veteran promoter also shared some viable options for reducing the lag between acts.

In 2% of cases act From is used

States have a duty to refrain from acts of reprisal involving the use of force.

In 2% of cases act on is used

See the notes on Acts 3:6, Acts 3:16.

This is the fourth person to have died on ACT roads this year.

This argument is predicated on Act B being protective, ie maximising health.

Nor is there any objection in principle, as the Court of Appeal thought, to a restraint on acts in another country.

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