havariler tarihi, yeni ahit act davranmak, hareket etmek; oynamak, numara yapmak, numarası yapmak,rol yapmak, rol oynamak; etki etmek; görevini yapmak hareket, davranış, amel, fiil; oyun, numara, rol, perde [tiy.]; eylem; kanun, yasa, resmi yazı; cinsel ilişki
Demure is used for only females. '' She acted maturely , I think she is a demure girl. ''
Demure sadece kadınlar için kullanılabilir. '' Çok olgun davrandı , bence o ağırbaşlı bir kız. ''
According to well-known electrodynamic laws, an electron moving in a magnetic field is acted upon by a force which runs perpendicular to the direction of motion of the electron and to the direction of the magnetic field, and whose magnitude is easily determined. Pieter Zeeman
An act is never looked upon with indulgence for the simple reason that it is authorised by the science, because it ought to be remembered that it is the intention of the science, that the rules which it contains should only be acted upon in particular cases.
Asked at the hearing why she hadn't pressed the FBI more closely about what it knew, or didn't know, about domestic terrorist threats, Rice acted as though the question was an odd one: it wasn't her job. Well, in retrospect, it was and now certainly is. Howard Fineman
Because the Bush Administration will set no timetable for the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq, both chambers of Congress acted to make sure our troops will not be left in Iraq indefinitely. Jan Schakowsky
But I did on projects that I produced, that I directed, that I acted in because it was important. I want to be a filmmaker. I don't want to be an actor who directs, I want to be a director. I want to be a filmmaker. So that's a big difference. Eriq La Salle
Dean had just come from seeing his lawyer. That was the first time that I found out that he had consulted a lawyer. He wanted to tell me what he thought was going on, but he was writing it down as if my house was bugged. He acted like everything was bugged. Fred F. Fielding
Does not the very word 'creative' mean to build, to initiate, to give out, to act - rather than to be acted upon, to be subjective? Living photography is positive in its approach, it sings a song of life - not death.
Does not the very word 'creative' mean to build, to initiate, to give out, to act - rather than to be acted upon, to be subjective? Living photography is positive in its approach, it sings a song of life - not death. Berenice Abbott