Earlier today, current News International exec Rebekah Brooks announced her own departure.
At least until some shrewd Fox News exec gives them their own show.
Global Wind Energy Council exec Sawyer, who first heard about WindMade last October, was quick to get on board.
The exec is a soft-spoken American, born in New York and raised in Mississippi, with a rock-solid resume.
He has decided to postpone a career in car mechanics for a few years while he puts in time at exec.
And, since he was the ranking exec, he was expected to give some sort of answer.
On the other hand, an exec would probably go all to pieces in a burner.
A few disgruntled men on a ship can shoot morale to hell, and on a ship this size the exec is the morale officer.
I was still a new exec, and the book said I must be briefed on my duties.
No exec in his right mind would permit the ship to be crippled.
: exec perks/ exec burnout
An early batch language for the IBM VM/CMS systems.
[SC19-6209 Virtual Machine/ System Product CMS Command and Macro Reference, Appendix F. CMS EXEC Control Statements].
[Was EXEC 2 was a later version?]
A synonym for chain derived from the Unix "exec" system call.
Unix manual page: execve(2).
2. (Obsolete) executive.
The mainstream "exec" as an abbreviation for (human) executive is *not* used. To a hacker, an "exec" is a always a program, never a person.
3. At IBM and VM/CMS shops, the equivalent of a shell command file.