Crossword clues for pact
- Treaty of Versailles, e.g
- Negotiating goal
- Nafta, e.g
- Mutual agreement
- Alliance basis
- Warsaw, for one
- Warsaw or Munich, e.g
- Warsaw _____
- War-ending agreement
- Summit result, perhaps
- Summit result, maybe
- Seato or Nato
- Peace talks result
- Negotiated agreement
- Formal treaty
- Formal accord
- Diplomatic achievement
- Battle stopper
- Basis of NATO
- Allies' agreement
- WrittenÂ agreement between two sovereigns
- Word from the Latin for "bargain"
- Warsaw, for instance
- Warsaw ___ (Eastern European group during the Cold War)
- Triumph of diplomacy
- Trade-talks accomplishment
- Tontine, e.g
- Summit-ending agreement
- Summit result, sometimes
- Summit objective
- Summit meeting goal
- Summit agreement, sometimes
- Summit accomplishment
- Something shaken on
- Secretary of state's goal, at times
- Result of a summit meeting, perhaps
- Possible outcome of a summit
- Peacemaker's proposition
- Peacemaker's proposal
- Peacemaker's prize
- One may be sealed with a shake
- Multinational agreement
- Make a ___ (agree on a treaty)
- Locarno achievement
- Kyoto Protocol, e.g
- Kellogg-Briand, e.g
- Kellogg-Briand product
- It's a bargain
- International settlement
- Intergovernmental agreement
- Hoped-for summit result
- Goal of diplomatic talks
- Formal understanding
- Formal international agreement
- Feud stopper
- End to hostilities
- Disagreement ender
- Diplomatic objective
- Diplomacy result
- Binding bargain
- Amicable agreement
- Allied agreement
- Alliance agreement
- Agreement, treaty
- Agreement among nations
- 2015 U.N. Climate Change Conference result
- 1955's Warsaw ___
- Agreement between nations
- Warsaw ___, 1955 alliance
- Alliance basis, perhaps
- Treaty between nations
- War ender
- Contract of a sort
- Hostilities ender
- A handshake may seal it
- Nafta, for one
- Munich ___ of 1938
- Diplomat's goal
- Result of a handshake, maybe
- Joining of opposite sides
- Peacemaker's goal
- Summit conference goal
- Summit success
- Diplomatic goal
- A handshake may seal one
- A written agreement between two states or sovereigns
- NATO agreement, e.g.
- Locarno ___: 1925
- Mise of a sort
- Locarno event: 1925
- NATO, e.g.
- Tontine, e.g.
- NATO is one
- NATO, for one
- Homophone for packed
- SEATO, for one
- SEATO is one
- NATO's basis
- Event at Baghdad or Warsaw
- Voicing full agreement
- Agreement stuffed, by the sound of it?
- Quiet deed brings agreement
- Conservative leader breaks soft strike deal
- Commune excluded from brief treaty
- What sounds like full agreement
- Streep finally gets to play Bond!
- Settlement crowded we hear
- Formal agreement between countries
- Agreement in a case, we hear?
- The speaker's filled a convention
- Big deal
- Political alliance
- International agreement
- International treaty
- Solemn agreement
- International accord, e.g
- Negotiator's goal
- Peace agreement
- NATO, e.g
- Written agreement between two sovereigns
- Diplomatic success
- Diplomatic agreement
- Peace talks goal
- Summit goal
- Diplomatic accomplishment
- Warsaw agreement
- Warsaw ___ (defense group)
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
pact \pact\ (p[a^]kt), n. [L. pactum, fr. paciscere to make a
bargain or contract, fr. pacere to settle, or agree upon; cf.
pangere to fasten, Gr. phgny`nai, Skr. p[=a][,c]a bond, and
E. fang: cf. F. pacte. Cf. Peace, Fadge, v.]
An agreement; a league; a compact; a covenant.
The engagement and pact of society which goes by the
name of the constitution.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
early 15c., from Old French pacte "agreement, treaty, compact" (14c.), from Latin pactum "agreement, contract, covenant," noun use of neuter past participle of pacisci "to covenant, to agree, make a treaty," from PIE root *pag- "fix, join together, unite, make firm" (cognates: Sanskrit pasa- "cord, rope," Avestan pas- "to fetter," Greek pegnynai "to fix, make firm, fast or solid," Latin pangere "to fix, to fasten," Slavonic paž "wooden partition," Old English fegan "to join," fon "to catch seize").
n. 1 An agreement; a compact; a covenant. 2 (context lang=en international law) An agreement between two or more nations
A pact is a formal agreement.
Pact, The Pact or PACT may also refer to:
PACT was a series of compilers for the IBM 701 and IBM 704 scientific computers. Their development was conducted jointly by IBM and a committee of customers starting in 1954. PACT I was developed for the 701, and PACT IA for the 704. The emphasis in that early generation of compilers was minimization of the memory footprint, because memory was a very expensive resource at the time. The word "compiler" was not in widespread use at the time, so most of the 1956 papers described it as an "(automatic) coding system", although the word compiler was also used in some papers.
A pact, from Latin pactum ("something agreed upon"), is a formal agreement. In international relations, pacts are usually between two or more sovereign states. In domestic politics, pacts are usually between two or more political parties or other organizations.
Notable international pacts include:
- Anti-Comintern Pact between Germany and Japan (1936)
- Auto Pact between Canada and the United States (1965)
- Kellogg–Briand Pact, a multilateral treaty against war (1928)
- London Pact between Italy and the Triple Entente (Great Britain, France, and Russia) (1915)
- Molotov–Ribbentrop Pact between Germany and the Soviet Union (1939)
- Soviet–Japanese Neutrality Pact (1941)
- North Atlantic pact, organizing the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (1949)
- Pact of Steel between Italy and Germany (1939)
- Stability and Growth Pact between European Union member states about fiscal policy (1997)
- Tripartite Pact between Italy, Germany, and Japan (1940)
- U.S.–North Korea Agreed Framework concerning the latter country's development of nuclear power (1994)
- Warsaw Pact of Eastern European communist countries, led by the Soviet Union (1955)
PACT is an Irish adoption organisation founded in 1952, formerly called the Protestant Adoption Society. Its main office is Arabella House in Rathfarnham is named after the philanthropist Lady Arabella Denny. PACT is an independent Irish charity providing a range of adoption services to Irish families and is officially accredited by the Irish Governments Adoption Authority of Ireland PACT run the Here2Help Crisis Pregnancy Service.
Following legislation in 1952 which set up a legal framework for Adoption in Ireland, the Protestant Adoption Society was set up in the offices of the Church of Ireland Moral Welfare Society.
PACT holds the records of closed protestant run homes such as Denny House( Magdelan Mother and Baby Home) in Leeson Street, Dublin, the Bethany Home, Rathgar, Dublin, The Nursery Rescue Society in Templeogue, Fairfield Children's Home in Sandymount, and the Protestant Adoption Society(PAS)
Usage examples of "pact".
On December 3 the Japanese ambassador in Rome called on the Duce and formally asked Italy to declare war on the United States, in accordance with the Tripartite Pact, as soon as the conflict with America should begin.
Every physical comportment is the immanent product of a struggle or a pact among competing demonic forces: hence the violent, yet often surprisingly delicate, ambivalence with which the body expresses heterogeneous or conflicting intentions.
Heiren custom, Bannock explained, all signatories to an important pact were supposed to prove their good intentions by showing themselves in a public place.
But then in 1958, when the pro-British monarchy was overthrown by Qasim, the new dictator pulled Iraq out of the Baghdad Pact, allied himself with the Iraqi Communist Party, and opened a new relationship with the USSR.
Not for a long time has anybody been rash enough to break the pact and overtread the bounds.
International, and Devi Prasad, WRI general secretary, had taken nonviolent direct action to Eastern Europe in September 1968, leafleting a number of capitals in protest against the Soviet and Warsaw Pact invasion of Czechoslovakia.
The prestidigitator and the audience have entered into what I term the Pact of Acquiescent Sorcery.
They must honor that pact, he told her, they must honor it even if it was frustrating, unnecessary, or outright senseless to honor it, because not to honor it would create more quaggy willy-nilliness in the world.
A land that had been thus ever since ringing legend had dwindled into mere history and the thundering rhetoric of mythical heroes had become the ranting and mewling of an interminable list of political leaders in whose wake lay, inevitably, a long tangled skein of unfulfilled promises and broken pacts and treaties.
How would that affect the vote on the reintegration with the Colonial Pact?
Mat was certain the man hated losing a chance to ingratiate himself with his High Lord Samon by learning details of a pact between Andor and Tar Valon.
But say the final part of your pact is that if he agrees to join forces for a surprise attack on Lord Sanjiro of Satsuma at a time of your choosing.
Plain did Biri open up a bit, as they were preparing to cross the border into the Pact Lands.
Find out where Caledon hid the Chronostone, collect same, dispatch him, harvest his soul, and head back to the Hadean Executive with the happy news that the plan was now in place and he was long overdue a promotion from the dreary task of being Second Minister with a special responsibility for pacts and soul harvests.
Those who believe in organizing collective security by means of military pacts against a possible aggressor are particularly fond of this word.