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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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Bowtie-wearing Harry Allen, who ran the Woodsman pub in Middleton, as well as the Junction Hotel in Whitefield and the Rope and Anchor in Farnworth, became chief executioner after Pierrepoint's retirement, alongside Robert Leslie Stewartknown as 'Gentle Jock'- who lived in Chadderton.
Filming of the Bastard Executioner on Broad Haven South beach, in Pembrokeshire
Rhys is due to film his scenes for The Bastard Executioner today.
In his eight years of work as an executioner, Al-Talibi easily recounts the 179 prisoners, including three women, he has killed in the name of the state.
The article, as its title suggests, explored the image of Gary Gilmore, the main figure in The Executioners Song, in connection with Mailer's delineation of the "White Negro" in the 1957 essay by the same name.
BAD POINTS: Much of the film is shot by Slumdog Millionaire's Oscar winning Anthony Dod Mantle in dark corridors and the 3D is appalling, often only serving to highlight a recurring zit on the upper lip of trainee executioner Anderson (Olivia Thirlby).
KABUL (PAN): A Taliban executioner has been arrested in southern Helmand province by intelligence officials, an official said on Tuesday.
They will be revealing the gory side of medieval life from medicine to crime and punishment all this week with Tudor executioner Gilbert Savage, alias historic re-enactor John White, topping the bill.
While the going is good, hand in your resignation because it is better to departure from politics as a victim, even if innocent, than as an executioner," says Dogova.
PROSECUTORS in the genocide trial of executioner Kang Kek Leu have demanded a 40-year prison sentence for the man who admitted killing a Tyneside backpacker.
How can the US administration think it can make any step forward along the road to achieving Middle East peace when it consistently sides with the executioner against his victim?
Being an executioner has been a wish of his for a long time.