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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of act.

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Examples

  • Fania Records can be described as the Latin equivalent to Motown: The label acted as an incubator for the sound that became known as salsa.

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  • Fania Records can be described as the Latin equivalent to Motown: The label acted as an incubator for the sound that became known as salsa.

    NPR Topics: News

  • Fania Records can be described as the Latin equivalent to Motown: The label acted as an incubator for the sound that became known as salsa.

    NPR Topics: News

  • Fania Records can be described as the Latin equivalent to Motown: The label acted as an incubator for the sound that became known as salsa.

    NPR Topics: News

  • Fania Records can be described as the Latin equivalent to Motown: The label acted as an incubator for the sound that became known as salsa.

    NPR Topics: News

  • Had the AWOL Bush and the 5 time draft dodger Cheney not acted from the "gut" but been more deliberative, 4500 young Americans may still be alive, not to mention all the ones maimed.

    Axelrod slams Romney

  • She was entertaining the neighborhood kids by showing how her cousin acted out the big scene.

    Becky London – A Short Biography of Jack London's Daughter

  • They all remind me of the way John McCain acted during the election.

    CNN Truth Squad: Does the reform bill create 53 new bureaucracies?

  • Remember when McCain acted incredulously when Obama pointed out that Ahmadinejad was not the most powerful person in Iran?

    Wonk Room » Obama Seeking A Channel To Khamenei?

  • Sarah Palin acted like a bully during the campaign and now she is acting like a coward.

    Palin hits back at 'malicious' photo

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