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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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A Sri Lankan executed by the firing squad in Sharjah after he was found guilty of murdering an Emirati businessman by mowing him down with his car.
It said all other states around the world executed at least 1,032 people in 2016.
Six top ISIL security chiefs were executed in the town of Merkedeh while they were trying to escape to Deir Ezzur province," an informed source said.
A reportAaAeAeA in July said that North Korea has executed 1,382 people ov the last 15 years under the leadership of (http://www.
Troughton, along with Penn, was found guilty of deserting his post and executed on April 22, 1915.
the trade, is of equal importance to the size of the fully executed order.
All national and regional professional associations and societies are recommended to develop a written policy on the clinical practice of transplantation, including the subject of executed prisoners, such as the Policy & Ethics Statement of TTS (http://www.
Texas executed 18 men: Jermaine Herron, 27, May 17; Jesus Aguilar, 42, May 24; Timothy Titsworth, 34, June 6; Lamont Reese, 28, June 20; Angel Maturino Resendiz, 46, June 27; Derrick O'Brien, 31, July 11; Mauriceo Brown, 31, July 19; Robert Anderson, 40, July 20; William Wyatt Jr.
While Justice Scalia does not concede that we have executed an innocent person, he does acknowledge the risk of that happening, albeit one that is so small that it's barely there.
Time magazine's May 1 European issue, for example, carried only a short piece suggesting that, "New rules should clean up China's use of organs produced from executed prisoners, ending an unhealthy trade .
Executed on a Technicality: Lethal Injustice on America's Death Row By David R.
Prejean has continued to accompany death row inmates as a spiritual adviser and in this book tells the stories of two of those men, who, she believes, were executed despite having been innocent.