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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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com business model should generate results greater than what I was able to achieve at The Executioner," said Mack Arnette.
Albert Pierrepoint, a former pub landlord who retired to Southport, was Britain's chief executioner from the 1930s through to handing in his notice to the Home Office in 1956.
Rosamund Horwood-Smart, QC, told Norwich Crown Court: "This was a man who was prepared to be his own police force, investigating force, jury, judge and, if necessary, executioner.
Think of the decapitation ritual, for example, which requires kneeling by the condemned so that the executioner can get a good angle on the head of the unfortunate executionee.
Now he has conceived a deep, provocative and historically precise narrative journey into our medieval past - and I have no doubt Bastard Executioner will be another remarkably original and gripping series.
CITY Councilwoman Cindy Miscikowski has set herself up as the outspoken opponent, judge and would-be executioner of the San Fernando Valley's secession movement.
Samba superstar Giovane Elber is the man rated as favourite to be Gers' executioner.
Now that his biker drama is coming to an end for its final season, Sutter has landed a new project with FX, a new medieval drama "The Bastard Executioner.
This is clearly a case of public officials allowed to pursue their own agenda without legal or factual basis, and acting as the prosecutor, judge, jury and executioner of a small business," Warne said.
The executioner put their hand on the prisoner's shoulder and while he was talking to him his assistant would quickly tie the prisoner's hands and put a hood and noose round his neck.
The actions of the receiver in this case are further proof that the FTC is acting as judge, jury and executioner," said Delgado.
AN executioner has lifted the lid on his chilling life in the death chamber and said his experience has made him oppose capital punishment.