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The police department even confirmed that “it is common practice” for officers to request medical help before executing high-risk warrants.

From Vox

Then, there is the digital infrastructure required to execute the agency’s key activities properly.

That number is up partly because planning and executing a virtual event takes less time than a physical one.

From Digiday

We’ve heard about some pretty interesting, big ideas around how to execute that.

From Digiday

The company’s chips are among the best at breaking up the manipulation of data into small pieces and then executing that in parallel at high speed.

From Fortune

The tour ended up costing us $147,802 to produce and execute.

Around noon, the order was given to execute the mission the next day.

But it was the first time that I showed Lorne and Seth and everyone at the show that I could handle the pressure and execute.

On June 3, the rebel leader announced he would execute Budik and another captive, a secret police colonel.

They planned to take Indian diplomats hostage and then execute them as Modi was took office.

In case that they would not abandon the religion which they preached, the officials of Masamune commenced to execute their orders.

Indeed, in many cases a general agency requires the employment of many persons to execute the business.

The engine will be set to work before it is sent off, and every possible care taken to execute it in the most perfect order.

Until the mortgagor fails to execute his part of the agreement, he retains possession of the property.

Sometimes the contract states what the offending or wrongful party must pay should he fail to execute it.


On this page you'll find 167 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to execute, such as: assassinate, behead, hang, murder, shoot, and electrocute.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.