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A pact is a formal agreement.
Pact, The Pact or PACT may also refer to:
Literature and media
- The Pact (novel), 1998 novel by Jodi Picoult
- The Pact: Three Young Men Make a Promise and Fulfill a Dream, a 2002 non-fiction book by The Three Doctors
- The Pact (2002 film), a 2002 Lifetime TV movie
- The Pact (2003 film), a 2003 film
- The Pact (2006 film), a 2006 American documentary film
- The Pact (2012 film), a 2012 American horror film
- The Pact (comics), a production of Image Comics
- "Pact", a web-serial novel by John McCrae
- Parents and Abducted Children Together, UK charity dealing with international child abduction
- Party for Accountability, Competency and Transparency, a Canadian federally registered political party
- Pratigya Apprenticeship for Community Transformation, an Indian residential program for tribal youth
- Producers Alliance for Cinema and Television, the UK independent media trade association
- Professional Artist Client Toolkit, an organization of professional freelance illustrators
- Pact, Isère, a commune in France
Science and technology
- PACT (compiler), a series of compilers for the IBM 701 and 704 computers
- Protein ACTivator of the interferon-induced protein kinase, a protein encoded by the PRKRA gene
- Powdered activated carbon treatment, a wastewater treatment technology
- Programme of Action for Cancer Therapy, an IAEA project on radiation medicine
- Positioning Advertising Copy Testing, a document detailing features of a Good Copy Testing System
- PAKT (Ketchikan International Airport)
- Covenant (historical)
- Deal with the Devil
- Suicide pact
- Trade pact
- All pages beginning with "pact", Including many titles "Pact of ..."
- All pages with titles containing pact, Including many titles "The ... Pact"
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