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invoke

To activate a program, routine, function or process.
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The specification of weaving the advice with wrapper method defined in the Remote Method Invoker is described in the dynRequestMethod point-cut of the Aspect Generator.
Invoker Knows the location of each source and invokes its services by their Service Controller.
12) Part I examines the elementary rules that govern a claim of the constitutional privilege against self-incrimination in all varieties of settings, ranging from those in which the invoker of the privilege has already had her words used against her in a criminal proceeding, to those in which there is not even a hint that this will ever occur.
In invocation and intercession, both the invoker and the intercessor are "graced" subjects summoned by God to respond positively to his self-offer.
The drama of his stylistic transformation, from explainer to invoker, says something about the oddity and confidence of this poet.
We now discuss the architecture's components: the server, clients, API, and process invoker.
Also, the invoker has to wait every time it needs a remote element.
If a write operation is invoked on a replicated object, the invoker broadcasts the operation using totally ordered group communication, and then blocks until the runtime system has processed the broadcast message (and all other messages that occur before it in the total ordering).
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Sayana understands a human priest here, but also considers the possibility that Agni himself is being called the hotr-priest in that he is the invoker (ahvatr) of the gods.
Goodenough [1975a; 1975b] defines exception conditions as those brought to the attention of the operation's invoker, which becomes part of normal exit or return.