Again, Rudenko insists all these actions are homegrown and not being encouraged by Russian outsiders or provocateurs.
Back to today: Israel is responding not only to Iran's actions but also to its rhetoric, its statements of intent.
The OSCE monitors asked if there was any chance they could speak with some expert in charge for the actions conducted on the site.
The actions of North Korea this week should also send a clear message about the danger of this regime.
They view themselves as strong and competent and believe their own actions can solve their problems.
I will not justify myself, nor explain my actions: I do not love you.
But as a rule he kept command of expression, and words, and actions.
I know nothing about his actions for he never speaks of himself.
How absolutely in the dark we are as to the motives and actions of men.
The actions of a horse when much startled are highly expressive.
mid-14c., "cause or grounds for a lawsuit," from Anglo-French accioun, Old French accion (12c.) "action, lawsuit, case," from Latin actionem (nominative actio) "a putting in motion; a performing, doing," noun of action from past participle stem of agere "to do" (see act (v.)). Sense of "something done, an act, deed" is late 14c. Meaning "fighting" is from c.1600. As a film director's command, it is attested from 1923. Meaning "excitement" is recorded from 1968. Phrase actions speak louder than words is attested from 1731.
action ac·tion (āk'shən)
The state or process of acting or doing.
A change that occurs in the body or in a bodily organ as a result of its functioning.
Exertion of force or power.