Acts and Practices


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Acts noun – A New Testament book describing the development of the early church from Christ's Ascension to Paul's sojourn at Rome.
Practices and acts are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Practices" instead a noun "Acts".
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Acts and practices are semantically related. You can use "Acts" instead a noun "Practices".
Synonyms for Practices

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  • Series / Kitchen Nightmares He acts more surprised and nonplussed than angry over their stupid and wasteful practices.
  • A character who practices Informed Judaism will perform acts that most people can recognize as being Jewish, in contrast to the non-Jewish characters, but they don't show any more subtle signs of Judaism, even for an assimilated Jew, even the cultural aspect.
  • The Batarian Hegemony is a xenophobic, insular, isolationist society that practices slavery, regularly condones acts of terrorism against the Council races, and is gearing up for war with the Alliance.
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Practices or Acts. 2016. Accessed January 17, 2021.

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