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execute

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

execute

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v to finish; accomplish; fulfill. To carry out according to certain terms.
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Determining what missions the civilian workforce is required to execute (for example, systems engineering, logistics, technical authority).
Since a 1:1 blocking ratio is not available, the QB fakes to the X, hands off to the running back, then executes the play action.
Lowery further commented, "We chose to use Execute products over many other brands because Execute has the image and quality of products that our viewers want to see.
Thus it would take 250 or more years to execute them all.
Each player is given only one blitz or stunt to execute on any given play.
These new features have increased the functionality and accessibility of this already powerful software and truly give customers the right tool to successfully design, implement and execute a Balanced Scorecard.
Such statements involve risks and uncertainties, including but not limited to, the actual use of the proceeds from the private placement, the ability of Rubicon to execute its business plan and become a diversified financial services company, the successful acquisition of financial services companies, total funds to be raised in the private placement, risks and effects of legal and administrative proceedings and government regulation, future financial and operational results, competition, general economic conditions, and the ability to manage and continue growth.
ProCurve Networking by HP, the second largest vendor in the global wired and wireless LAN market, was one of nine vendors evaluated by the Gartner Magic Quadrant report, which measures and compares companies in a specific industry in terms of their ability to execute and the completeness of their vision.
This news release contains certain forward-looking statements made as of the date hereof based only on current information and expectations that are inherently subject to change and involve a number of risks and uncertainties, including in particular those regarding the risk that the Company may not execute a definitive agreement with the Offering Group or third party, or that the Company may execute a definitive agreement which contains materially different or less favorable terms or timing than described herein.
Some computers will run a lockdown policy that stops all new software from executing, ensuring maximum protection; other computers will have a policy that warns when new software is found and allows users to decide whether the software can execute, providing protection and flexibility.