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execute

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

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v to finish; accomplish; fulfill. To carry out according to certain terms.
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The pope has pointed out that if you execute someone, the chance for restoration, for redemption, is cut off.
The QB reads two blockers and two defenders (1:1 ratio) at the Sprinter's landmark and so he gives to the Z, fakes to the running back, then executes play action.
The system is designed to execute a wide range of applications such as intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR), battle damage assessment (BDA), urban warfare, communications data relay and other missions.
Chessiecap has been around for a little over a year, and, in that time, has helped more than 25 technology companies create the right strategies, scale their products and technology, and execute high-value transactions," said Chessiecap CEO and Managing Director Doug Schmidt.
The worm will show a web user interface through which the attacker can browse local files or execute programs.
Ideal for 3G Designs - According to Herman Beke, Frontier Design's CEO, "Today, a typical GSM phone must execute 60 million instructions per second and an IS-95 or CDMA phone must execute 80 MIPS.
Client IBM has engaged Afterburner Seminars to execute their "extreme" Afterburner Day seminar in cities throughout Europe.
In addition to commission-free, 24-hour dealing capabilities, GAIN's Internet-based dealing system provides investors with access to real-time charting/technical analysis tools and streaming market news Both institutional and retail traders can now execute transactions of between $100,000 and $10,000,000 at up to 50:1 leverage at dealing spreads of 5 pips or less.
The picoTurbo pT-110 also executes the ARM(R) v4T Instruction Set while offering a user-configurable Instruction and Data cache.
With expanded on-chip memory, added I/O (input/output) ports and multi-function timers, the SX52BD has an improved capacity to execute DSP tasks in software, letting it serve as a cost-effective alternative to dedicated DSP chips in embedded system designs.
Parrella continued, "Implementing a chip family that executes Java instructions in hardware, as Advancel has, creates an ideal hardware platform for the development of "smart" products that are low cost and power efficient, yet functional.
The CodeTEST-VME card monitors the program as it executes and communicates measurement results to the user's workstation or PC via an Ethernet connection.