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acta

[ak-tuh] /ˈæk tə/
plural noun, (often initial capital letter)
1.
official records, as of acts, deeds, proceedings, transactions, or the like.
Origin of acta
< Latin, neuter plural of āctus, past participle of agere to do; cf. act
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