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  • n. Obsolete form of exsection.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. See exsection.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. See exsection.


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  • I didn't know how she would get out of that exection/shootout scene, so O'Donnell continues to pull marvelous rabbits out of hats.

    Archive 2007-01-01

  • See, thing is, if that happens and the exection which Obama confidently predicted happens, or the indefinite detention happens, where is the apparent wonderfulness of our justice system?

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Why Has Holder Decided to Try Khalid Sheikh Mohammed in a Civilian Court?

  • I am not aware that a press exection has been carved out elsewhere, though this is not exactly my area of specialty, so there may have been.

    We’re Ruled By Morons, Part the Infinite « Whatever

  • So by stating, "I'm irreplaceable" you are implying that you are ideas, technical skills, and project exection are orders of magnitude better than your peers.

    Got something off my desk!

  • There's a kind of manic glee to his exection of the material pardon my pun. i honestly think exposing people to this work presented here will hopefully create some kind of re-appraisal of his place as one of the better black and white horror artists of the late 60's.

    Let's have another look at Eerie Publications - Part 1

  • Nigeria was suspended from the Commonwealth in 1995 after the exection of minority activist Ken Saro Wiwa and eight others.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • That you may form some idea of our exection, I will state that two of our corps yesterday mauled one hundred and twenty seven rails in two hours and a half, and that the fence corps led on by Mr. Armstrong, in two evenings, made a fence and staked it near a half mile in length, and most of the rails were carried on the shoulders at least three hundred yards.

    North Carolina Schools and Academies 1790-1840 A Documentary History

  • Those who give such votes may reasonably be supposed to have voted as they did, with a special intention, not to support, but to obstruct the exection of, the Constitution; and, therefore, against the Constitution itself.

    No Treason: The Constitution of No Authority

  • I'll admit the combination of miko + meido is kinda awesome and all, but the exection leaves much to be desired here! Antenna

  • ASP. NET request thread unwind, and when the "receive" for the web service request fires your callback, you would call into ASP. NET allowing it to resume exection of the pipeline.

    ASP.NET Community Spotlight


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