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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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If death were a deterrent," he wrote in his 1974 autobiography Executioner Pierrepoint, "I might be expected to know.
One of the worst times we had was when we had one of our executioners jump on stage and he proceeded to unplug almost everyone's cables.
His life is forever changed when a divine messenger calls on him to lay down his sword and lead the life of another man - a journeyman executioner.
Sri Lanka said on Wednesday it has hired two new executioners to replace the previous hangman, who quit soon after seeing the gallows for the first time, even though capital punishment has not been carried out there for almost 40 years.
The Bastard Executioner, by Sons of Anarchy creator Kurt Sutter for FX, will premiere in the US on September 15.
Although the latest video is being feted as the first of its kind, a similar video back in March also showed ISIS child executioners beheading captives.
Soon afterwards, a death sentence was handed out to an inmate, but none of the soldiers at the prison would agree to step in as the executioner.
Jiangcai Zhang's "Paradox between Fiction and History: A Re-reading of Norman Mailer's The Executioner's Song," published in journal of Xianyang Normal University, re-read The Executioners Song from a new historicist perspective, arguing that Mailer consciously tried to subvert the clear distinction between fiction and history but meanwhile fell into a paradox between fiction and history.
The Talmud records the idea that Potiphar purchased Joseph for the purpose of homosexual intercourse (TB Sotah 13b), while Onkelos explained that Potiphar served as rav katolaya, chief executioner, but Targum Pseudo-Jonathan adds a nuance by using the Latin term sapokleturia, recalling a specifically Roman soldier employed as a torturer.
People strolling and voting on the scarecrow trail Sunday stopped, looked, laughed and, only occasionally, looked dismayed at what they saw in "The Executioner.
Law enforcement consists of police who are judge, jury and executioner all rolled into one.
Last week the Executioner presented the 50 most crucial Everton stats of the season, which included: ?