Financial Anti-Terrorism Act (FATA Or PATRIOT Act) Of 2001

Financial Anti-Terrorism Act (FATA Or PATRIOT Act) Of 2001,

Financial Anti-Terrorism Act (FATA Or PATRIOT Act) Of 2001:

Financial Anti-Terrorism Act (FATA Or PATRIOT Act) Of 2001 means, Banks, some other financial institutions and non-financial companies have access to some financial transactions and consumer financial records. Enforce new accounting rules and reporting requirements. The Banking Securities Act covers the fight against terrorism and money laundering. Title III of the USA PATRIOT Act 2001, International Law for the Elimination of Money Laundering and Military Terrorism 2001.

Literal Meanings of Financial Anti-Terrorism Act (FATA Or PATRIOT Act) Of 2001

Financial:

Meanings of Financial:
  1. From a financial point of view.

  2. The financial or financial situation of an organization or individual.

Sentences of Financial
  1. Independent financial advisor

  2. You should pay special attention to your financial affairs, especially your own treasury

Synonyms of Financial

monetary, economic, pecuniary, money, budgetary, commercial, business, fiscal, investment, banking, accounting

Anti:

Meanings of Anti:
  1. against.

  2. On the contrary.

  3. Someone who is against a particular policy, activity or idea.

Sentences of Anti
  1. I am against alcoholism and its side effects

  2. Each side of the debate, whether against it or against it, offers very convincing arguments

  3. Anti-shadow soldiers threaten their game

Synonyms of Anti

antagonistic towards, opposed to, inimical to, hostile, in disagreement with, ill-disposed, unsympathetic, antagonistic, hostile to, in opposition to, opposed, unsympathetic to, averse, averse to, contra, at odds with, resistant to

Terrorism:

Meanings of Terrorism:
  1. Illegal use of violence and intimidation, especially against civilians, for political purposes.

Sentences of Terrorism
  1. The war on terror

Act:

Meanings of Act:
  1. The written rules of Congress or other legislatures form the law.

  2. The main part of a drama, ballet or opera.

Sentences of Act
  1. He called on Washington to act

  2. They chased the man who was acting suspiciously

  3. Blood samples are tested to determine how the drug works in the body.

Synonyms of Act

take measures, take the initiative, perform, venture, division, pose, play a part, behave, front, deed, dictate, bit, exploit, operation, make a move, requirement, guise, influence, have an impact on, show, accomplishment, condition, subsection, affect, enactment, manoeuvre, exert influence on, statute, have an effect on, stunt

Or:

Meanings of Or:
  1. Used to add alternatives.

  2. Offering synonyms or explaining previous words or phrases.

  3. If not (represents the consequences of not doing or not doing)

  4. Usually in the form of a question, provide a reflection.

  5. it is.

  6. A boolean operator that returns one or more of the operas (or inputs) and otherwise zero.

  7. A circuit that provides an output signal when the signal is at one of its outputs.

  8. (After many) Approx

  9. Heraldic texture as golden or yellow.

  10. Operational research.

  11. Oregon (in postal use)

  12. Another patent (designated officer)

Sentences of Or
  1. Are you coming or not

  2. I take a taxi or go anywhere

  3. It doesn't matter if the theory is good or bad

  4. He cannot read or write

  5. This cafe is a great place to meet and chat with locals over tea or coffee.

  6. He never learned to write.

Synonyms of Or

if not, or

PATRIOT:

Meanings of PATRIOT:
  1. A person who enthusiastically supports his country and is ready to defend it from his enemies or critics.

  2. Automatic air-to-ground missiles for early detection and interception of missiles or aircraft.

Sentences of PATRIOT
  1. nationalist

Synonyms of PATRIOT

loyalist

Of:

Meanings of Of:
  1. State age

  2. Shows association between two entities, usually an association.

  3. Express the relationship between the author, the artist or the composer and their work.

  4. Explain the relationship between a category or general category and specific items belonging to that category.

  5. This is followed by a noun which indicates the title of the verb on which the first noun is written.

  6. This is followed by the use of a noun to indicate the object of the verb on which the first noun is placed.

  7. With an action that expresses a state of mind.

  8. Give reasons

  9. Are inherited.

  10. Expression of anger

  11. Almost every afternoon

  12. at night.

  13. Almost every morning

  14. Late in the morning

  15. This is a very unexpected or expected example.

Sentences of Of
  1. Behind the car

  2. days of the week

  3. A series of programs

  4. Very easy

  5. a lot of money

Synonyms of Of

done by, from, made by, in, caused by, of, carried out by