Third-person singular simple present indicative form of action. (verb)
Examples of word actions
While to an untrained mind, diplomatic speak may sometimes appear to favour Israel - although consideration of the full context almost always reveals a consistent failure to condemn PA/Arab actions - Britain's diplomatic * actions* (rather than words) reveal, if not anti-Israel bias, certainly pro-PA/Arab bias.
This Faith maketh not Christ a Justifier of thy person, but of thy actions; and of thy person for thy actions sake, which is false.
I only speak of actions which they perform voluntarily or freely (_actions qu'ils font de leur plein gré_).
Where as they have not been given the title of a racist for their actions in contradiction to Joe Wilson receiving the title after his actions is a direct contradictory of how the world works.
WBC's mission statement through their actions is heretical at best and blasphemous in the worst way.
Obama's plan to tax the oil companies and make them responsible for their actions is a real solution!
If one of our actions is actively encouraging people to fight against us then I think that we should look into it further and see whether it is justified.
Though I am of course at odds with the Imperial government and the Force-persuasion of you and your Emperor, the insight into your actions is at once humanising and inducing of pathos.
The unfortunate part of his actions is the fact that the powers that be will use actions such as this to justify even greater monitoring of the internet (us).
Foreign Minister Nicolas Maduro condemned what he called actions by the "far right" in Washington.