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class act

n. a high-quality act; a high-quality way of doing things. The prof puts on a real class act, but he grades very hard.
See also: act, class
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We're delighted to say that copies of the hundreds of pictures featured already in our Class Act section, in addition to most of our All Our Yesterdays archive pictures, are available from our John William Street office.
Benefits under the CLASS Act will be scaled according to degree of impairment.
The CLASS Act is a government-mandated program, not a government-funded program.
The core element of the CLASS Act is that it creates a voluntary payroll deduction program.
That statement was issued after two key health reform votes relating to the CLASS Act occurred in the Senate on December 4.
This year the Class Act talent pool features wild and wacky acts like a classical drummer, a 13-year-old Joe Dolan impersonator complete with white suit and frisky dance moves, a pair of Cork rappers and a dancing contortionist who can literally tie herself in knots.
Class Act gives youngsters aged 13 to 19 the chance to sing, act, dance and perform their own instruments.
And Merrington said: "I haven't spoken to Matty about it, but he's a class act and he wants to keep playing at the top level.
com)-- In keeping with the general Halloween atmosphere, Class Act Books is releasing four new novels this month, all with a mystery-thriller theme.
It is written by Les Trimble and comes to the Unity theatre in Hope Place next weekend courtesy of the city's Class Act Theatre UK.
Coleraine 2 Ballymena Utd 0 By JACK ROSE RED-HOT Curtis Allen was a class act as Coleraine crushed 10-man United at Ballycastle Road.
On March 23, President Obama signed the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, which includes the Community Living Assistance Services and Supports Act, or CLASS Act, whose intent is to provide a taxpayer-funded benefit for working Americans for long-term care needs--rendered, it's hoped, in a home or community environment.
David Bentley is a class act, Martins is a class act, Zigic on his day is a class act, Hleb is a class act - I could go on.
With funding from The SCAN Foundation, the Spring/Summer 2010 issue of Public Policy and Aging Report features seven articles that recount the origins of the CLASS Act, analyze the legislation's key provisions, and explore potential hurdles of implementation