Tomorrow will mark a year of our father`s death and we made a pact a few months ago to go there every year at the same time. The action you want to perform, the required privileges that your account does not have. Try to log in as another user. The choice is not between order and freedom. It is between freedom and order and anarchy without both. There is a risk that the court, if it does not soften its doctrinal logic with some practical wisdom, will turn the Bill of Constitutional Rights into a suicide pact. And I`ll put my bow in the sky, and it will be a sign of our pact. She explained that she had “made a pact with God,” that she would share this path with the world if he healed her child from autism. He fears a domestic political reaction in rural areas and has continued to interfere abroad as a result of the pact. an agreement written between two states or sovereigns This Pact, but stimulated the imitation of the three young people. A pact, n. what is agreed: an agreement: a treaty, including the Pac-tion.
–adj. Pac-tional.-Pactum illegalum, an illegal agreement. [L. pactum – pacisci, pactus, to bear.] In true magic, there is no pact with a devil and become his slave after a while. Colombia wants a pact, a conservation pact between the countries that have the territory of the Amazon, we must understand the protection of our Mother Earth and our Amazon is a duty, a moral duty. Etymology: [L. pactum, en. paciscere to make a bargain or contract, en. pacere to settle, or agree on; vgl. pangere to fasten, Gr. phgny`nai, Skr. pa bond, and E.
fang: cf. F. pact. See Peace, Fadge, v.] Popularity ranking for the word “pact” in the frequency of Noun: #2748 We somehow had a pact that started our lives when we met, so that the past was not much discussed, if ever. On the left, they are charged by the solidarity pact between self-proclaimed oppressed groups. There is a chance that an electoral pact can be drawn up, but… We should believe them, and for now, it is not easy. What is PACT? — Explore the different meanings of the acronym PACT on the Abbreviations.com site. The pact has “peace” at its root because a pact often ends a period of hostile relations. The word is generally used in the field of international relations, where diplomats can refer to an “arms pact,” a “trade pact” or a “fishing law pact.” But it can also be used for any solemn agreement or promise between two people; After all, two parties that shake hands on an agreement are not about to go to war. The pact lasted two months, September and October, but “can be extended by the parties,” the request says.