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execute

[ek′səkyo̅o̅t]
(of a computer) to follow a set of instructions to complete a program or specified function.

execute

verb Computers Do Forensic medicine Do in

execute,

v to finish; accomplish; fulfill. To carry out according to certain terms.
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Emirati sailor Rashid Al Rashidi executed by a firing squad on charges of raping and murdering four-year-old Mousa, who had come to be known as "Eid child", in the washroom of a mosque in Al Ghusais.
In 2016, Iran executed almost four times as many people as Saudi Arabia.
There have been frequent reports that ISIL has executed fighters and civilians for attempting to flee its territory in Syria and Iraq, or for alleged spying.
com/north-korea-executed-nearly-1400-people-15-years-199272 reportedly executed in North Korea for watching South Korean pornography in Hyesan.
Private John Thomas, a reservist with the 2/Battalion Welsh Regiment 1 Division, was executed for desertion.
Furthermore, 1% of the largest executed orders were above [euro]142,550 (and generated seven trades on average), accounting for more than 26% of the total daily transaction value in September 2010, compared to [euro]155,250 in January 2008.
Experimental studies that do not involve the use of material from executed prisoners or material from recipients of organs or tissues from executed prisoners should be considered for acceptance on scientific merits.
Ohio executed three men: Darrell Ferguson, 28, Aug, 8; Rocky Barton, 49, July 12; and Jeffrey Lundgren, 56, Oct, 24,
In the most recent of these journalistic investigations, the Chicago Tribune published a three-part series which concluded that Carlos De Luna, executed in 1989, was probably innocent.
The title of Dow's book, Executed on a Technicality, plays off the common acidic phrase "released on a technicality," which implies that a dangerous criminal was let go not because of innocence but because of red tape, bad lawyers, and misfiled paperwork.
The mayor promised him that if Virginia executed him, they would never allow him to be buried on Virginia soil but would bring his body over and give him a burial in Palermo.
Depending upon the position of the players, the reverse Rip Pivot is executed first, then followed by the forward pivot.