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execute

[′ek·sə‚kyüt]
(computer science)
Usually, to run a compiled or assembled program on the computer; by extension, to compile or assemble and to run a source program.

execute

execute

To run a program, which causes the computer to carry out its instructions. See executable code, instruction and EXE file.
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The pope has pointed out that if you execute someone, the chance for restoration, for redemption, is cut off.
Clearly, the sister should have been advised to execute a disclaimer.
To face-up and establish a balanced stance, the player must now execute a reverse Rip Pivot (Photo 8).
Looks complex, but is incredibly easy to learn, install, and execute.
1) Give notice of their authority and purpose, under most circumstances, prior to forcibly entering premises to execute the warrant
Regardless of the well-stated positions on opposite sides of the death- penalty issue, the facts are that most states never execute anyone, most Death Row inmates will never be executed, and only Texas, Florida and Virginia execute Death Row inmates on a regular basis.
The defensive tackles, who usually align head-up on the offensive guards, execute a "fan" stunt at the snap.