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  • v. Present participle of exect.


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  • Sad Sack is empty of experience and a record of accomplishment, so execting nothing from him should come as no surprise.

    Obama camp out with new gas tax ad, Clinton camp fires back

  • But everyone else on board was execting it to go to Cheltenham, Stroud etc... and I so I phoned Al and he set off to meet me in Stroud.

    Snell-Pym » The Journey Home

  • Thus, I had claimed that, given the teaching of DH, " is never necessary to serve the common good by doing such an evil that good may come," where by 'such an evil' I meant torturing and/or execting heretics for publicly propagating heresy.

    Torturing heretics again

  • I was execting an EASY question, like "Would you please explain the basic principle of binary code?", and instead I have to deal with complexities of human relationships?

    Sunlight Through The Shadows Magazine Volume 2 Issue 2 (ANSI Edition)

  • Ghost had fitted himself within the orbits of Mandor's spheres and must somehow have insulated himself against whatever forces they were execting, for they slowed, wobbled, and finally dropped to the floor, two striking the wall ahead of me and one rolling down the stairway ahead and to the right.

    Knight of Shadows

  • They have three children, and are execting their first grandchild in October of 1997.

    McMurray, Frederick C.

  • Best way is to print the query on the page, rahther than execting it in code.

    ASP.NET Forums

  • You can't really be equal in a relationship if the other person is turning to you execting you to make every decision going, however big or small.



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