n. In its most general sense, this noun signifies something done voluntarily by a person; the exercise of an lndlvldual’s power; an effect produced in the external world by an exercise of the power of a person objectively, prompted by Intention, and proxlmately caused by a motion of the will. In a more technical sense, it means some-thing done voluntarily by a person, and of such a nature that certain legal consequences attach to it. Duncan v. Landis, 106 Fed. 839, 45 C. C. A. 666. Thus a grantor acknowl-edges the conveyance to be hls “act and deed," tbe terms being synonymous