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The act of filling an order to buy or sell a security. That is, when a broker executes an order, he/she actually makes a trade on behalf of the client. The date of execution is known as the trade date.


To complete, as by signing a contract or signing and delivering a deed.

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Virginia executed three men: Brandon Hedrick, 27, July 20; Michael Lenz, 42, July 27; and John Yancey Schmitt, 33, Nov.
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.
On the subject of organ harvesting, the report noted that officials confirm that executed prisoners are among the sources of organs for transplant.
These training requirements will soon be compared to the Navy Training System Plan to ensure the correct training is being executed.
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.
The vow and subsequent transfer of assets to the order constituted a valid disclaimer under section 2518(c)(3), which requires a written transfer and passing of the assets to the party that would have received them had a valid disclaimer been executed.
Depending upon the position of the players, the reverse Rip Pivot is executed first, then followed by the forward pivot.
Once the application is executed, the Trojan executes and displays the message, "Yep, this is an application.
Thirteen states executed 71 inmates during 2002, which is five more than the number executed during 2001, the Bureau of Justice Statistics reported.
17 (2003), that a closing agreement executed before July 22, 1998, did not bar a later claim for Sec.
Since reinstituting the death penalty in 1978, California has executed only 11 inmates, each of whom spent an average of 16 years on Death Row before meeting his fate.