Actra

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Actra

(language)
A multi-processor exemplar-based Smalltalk.

[LaLonde et al, OOPSLA '86].
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ACTRA, the Alliance of Canadian Cinema, Television and Radio Artists, voted yes to a strike in January, after months of unsuccessful negotiations with the Canadian Independent Producers Association over compensation for online media exposure.
(In 1984, the organization is restructed under the name Alliance of Canadian Cinema, Television and Radio Artists.)
Last week, the Alliance of Canadian Cinema, Television and Radio Artists, the country's main actors' union, was furious to learn that networks shelled out $343 million on imported drama in 2005, almost entirely from the U.S., but spent just $74 million on local drama.
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