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Execution

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.

execute

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

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While supporting three combat deployments with ACTD hardware, we have now accumulated more than five years' experience executing the formal acquisition program.
If a player is within shooting range after executing the Rip Pivot, he should jab step to gain a heal-toe stance--giving the player a balanced/shooting stance and placement of the ball in front of the stomach area.
It's estimated that the total cost of trying, housing and executing a Death Row inmate can run more than 40 percent higher than that of simply sticking him behind bars for the rest of his natural life.
It is difficult for us to accommodate Jesus' injunction to forgive and love, to reconcile and heal, with the practices of executing criminals.
This application supports that transition, as it has helped over 100 organizations around the world increase their chances of executing their organizations' strategy," according to Mr.
Flouting Supreme Court rulings against executing the mentally incompetent, Clinton seized control of the crime issue for the Democratic Party.
They say executing him is so barbaric," said the victim's mother, Sherron King.
Either way, this will leave a gaping hole in the center of the LOS, forcing the center to do the impossible - block both inside LBs, who are executing their double blitz [ILLUSTRATION FOR DIAGRAMS 18-20 OMITTED].
Coupled with the probable cause requirement, this provision prevents general searches by ensuring that warrants describe a discrete, defined place to be searched, describe only items connected with criminal activity for which probable cause has been established, and describe the items so definitely that it removes from an officer executing the warrant the unguided discretion of determining which items to seize.
Third graph, first sentence of release should read: "This initial financing gives us significant resources to begin executing our business plan to become a diversified financial services company," said Rubicon CEO, Joe Mangiapane (sted "This initial financing gives us significant resources to begin executing our business plan to become a diversified financial services company," said Rubicon President and CEO, Joe Mangiapane).
Some computers will run a lockdown policy that stops all new software from executing, ensuring maximum protection; other computers will have a policy that warns when new software is found and allows users to decide whether the software can execute, providing protection and flexibility.
He has significant experience and a proven track record of success in building and executing channel sales and marketing programs in the software industry.