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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.
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execute

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

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What is likewise clear is that the use of a US passport after executing an affidavit of renunciation does not divest one of his reacquired Filipino citizenship; it merely disqualifies him from being elected or appointed to a government position because of noncompliance with the twin requirements of an oath of allegiance and an affidavit of renunciation.
An executing state can insist that the person be present for their trial, that if they get a life sentence it will be reviewed after 20 years or that they return to serve their sentence if they are a national of the executing state.
Not successively executing a forward Rip Pivot, and then a reverse Rip Pivot, in order to gain offensive position.
It is difficult for us to accommodate Jesus' injunction to forgive and love, to reconcile and heal, with the practices of executing criminals." (Statement on Capital Punishment by the Christian Council of Delaware and Maryland's Eastern Shore)
Although still a popular method for executing XOR functions, this is the slowest method for obtaining parity calculations.
The 1850s account for roughly 14 percent of all slave executions in the United States, with the Lower South states executing most of the 234 slaves put to death during this decade.
After executing the sneak and peek warrant, agents used information obtained during the surreptitious search to obtain extensions that would allow them to briefly delay the execution of the remaining eight warrants.
First, when executing releases one should consider whether the broad language of the release includes potential litigants.
Death also exists in Tierra, in the form of the "reaper." This monitoring program eliminates the oldest creatures and the most defective ones - those that erred most often in executing their computer instructions.
* The individual must be advised in writing to consult an attorney prior to executing the waiver.
The group has been accused of egregious human rights abuses, including enslaving children and women, and executing its opponents.