from The Century Dictionary.
- Of or pertaining to action or actions. Grote.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- adjective Of, pertaining to, or depicting
action, especially physical action
- adjective grammar, of a verb Depicting an
actionhaving an agentand a patient
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Neurotransmitters are released from vesicles in the pre-synpatic neuron following the arrival of a stimulus/impulse (known as actional potential).
We call therefore the attribute merciful and others like it actional, meaning that it is God's acts which suggest to us these appellations.
He did by striking without Mushareef's permission because he had actional intelligence.
I know you can't hurt me physically or emotionally cause that's illegal and you have to provide me my three hots and a cot so if I have actional intelligence, I'm hard pressed to see what incentive you have for getting me to talk when all I want to do is kill you.
The various names or appellatives applied to God in Scripture, except the tetragrammaton, he divides, according to their signification, into three classes, _actional_, _relative_,
And the proof asked is not one dependent on, or flowing from, his moral nature and moral feelings, but wholly 'extra'-moral, namely, by his outward senses, the subjugation of which to faith, that is, the passive to the actional and self-created belief, is the great object of all religion!
The report calls this "brands-actional" advertising.
Kornberg's group is currently busy enough to provide work for some of Paul Weiss's trans-actional lawyers on matters such as investments into distressed companies, a number of smaller private equity deals and some asset sales.
"By consol - idating our supply base to fewer key suppliers, our buyers bene ﬁ t by spend - ing less time contacting suppliers, preparing orders, and doing other trans - actional duties," offers the sales/purchasing manager at a midsize provider of electronics assemblies.
We are disciples in a dramatic and actional way, not just through the way of preaching.