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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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Coaches must identify and incorporate the exact cues, responses, body positioning, and techniques they expect to see and execute in practice and games.
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.
The Naval Air Warfare Center Training Systems Division (NAWCTSD), Orlando, Florida, a subordinate organization of the Naval Air Systems Command, executes security assistance as delegated by the Navy International Programs Office.
While Northern states did not execute any slaves in the period of decline, the Upper South executed fifty-eight slaves and the Lower South executed fifty slaves.
Computer time, the Tierran equivalent of energy, is doled out equally to each program by a "slicer" that determines when an organism can execute instructions.
President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani in his address at the joint session of parliament on April 25 vowed to execute terrorists and root out militants in the country.
On a per capita basis, the Islamic Republic continued to execute more people than any other country in the world, however.
Meno: The 832nd is important to the Warfighter because it allows them to execute their military power at the right time and place where needed.
terrorism, human-trafficking, murder, etc.) the executing state cannot refuse to execute the warrant on the grounds that it does not classify the act in question as a crime.
In order to achieve this alignment, the Navy instituted a new human capital strategy, which, in part, details a scientific method to determine the optimal number of sailors to execute any given task and ensures those sailors receive the necessary training.
In any of these situations, the defensive pressure will dictate the amount of caution or the abandon a player can use to establish and maintain the squared-up triple threat position and then execute one of his three options--pass, dribble, or shoot (again, if in range of the basket).