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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of execute.


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  • He marries again, and again executes his new wife the next day.

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  • In short, Virgin executes perfectly on the classic low-cost carrier model that makes airlines like JetBlue so beloved, with even more in the way of personality and panache.

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  • Load and verify that the call executes successfully.

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  • This will either be a static function or a function that is local to the EventMap. arguments, constructorArguments: These are arguments to be passed into the method/constructor when the EventHandlers/Injectors tag executes the "action."


  • However, the file that is created is only 1832263680 bytes big for some reason. (1984 bytes less then it is supposed to be) Therefore, fread fails and the table is recalculated every time the program executes, which isn't a desirable situation.


  • The audits are logged only when the particular principal name executes a SELECT statement.

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  • Gaza 35 75 The Islamic terror group, Hamas, 'executes' thirty-five rivals and maims over seventy others over the course of several days.

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  • "Best explanation we got" is no explanation here, because in reality MET provides no precise accounts of the creation of things like the flagellum, or how the cell "executes" DNA.

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  • When, in response to a question why Iran "executes" homosexuals I think the questioner meant sodomites—or should have if he didn't, the TIC denied there are homosexuals in Iran, the student crowd erupted in laughter.

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  • tag executes the thanking function automaticly by digitalperson » Fri Mar 19, 2010 2: 37 pm there is a problem when any user writes this like this code in his topic


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