- v. Simple past tense and past participle of execute.
- adj. put to death as punishment
“Further, even if people recognize the symbol as freedom or individuality, the way it was executed is absolutely hideous.”
“But the legal perspective isnt the only that is relevant when youre talking about what is probably the most politically sensitive offense that a state can be accused of: war crimes, committed pursuant to a fully detailed plan and orders drafted and executed from the very top of the executive pyramid.”
“One simple concept, well executed, is often enough.”
“Now I get the date on every search executed from the AwesomeBar.”
“Not wanting to admit that an innocent man might have been executed is the ultimate cowardice!!”
“It is a matter of, "Do I want to listen to the same sermon I have heard a thousand times over yet again executed by someone who isn't even as proficient as previous preachers on the topic?”
“` ` They out-executed is in the second half, '' Carter said.”
“The Committee authorized this transfer in June, and prior to the end of Fiscal Year 2007 a transfer of $2 million was executed from the House of Delegates to the General Fund of the Commonwealth.”
“He probably had a hand in far more than just the four murders for which he will be executed, is responsible for who knows how many deaths and how much violence with the formation of the Crips (and some believe he was involved with them well after his incarceration), and I really feel little to no sympathy for him.”
“Though his work was "Mexican" in style, it was executed from a new ideological and aesthetic perspective.”
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