Oh Mujahid brother, alone, in your home, you too can begin to execute the training program.
He then quotes from Psalm 149:7 “To execute vengeance upon the heathen, and punishments upon the people.”
The candidate who is able to execute his strategy and clearly communicate his message will triumph.
But he said he wanted to focus on costs first as he tried to execute health-care reform.
Albanese, who draws inspiration from lyrics, movies and everyday life, often takes up to two months to execute each “small world.”
These are sentiments worthy of the man who could execute what he planned.
Then he explained the nature of the small commission he wished him to execute.
The army has to execute a considerable movement to the left about, in order to reach the right position.
His theories were boring to listen to and impossible to execute.
Basse evidently proceeded to execute the necessary measures to translate this into reality.
late 14c., "to carry into effect," from Old French executer (14c.), from Medieval Latin executare, from Latin execut-/exsecut-, past participle stem of exequi/exsequi "to follow out" (see execution). Meaning "to inflict capital punishment" is from late 15c. Related: Executed; executing.