Exection

Ex`ec´tion


n.1.See Exsection.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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This says that the shooting had been an extrajudicial exection, as was shown by the video recorded by B'Tselem rights organization that went viral.
The trader's wife told Khaleej Times: "They (Exection Section officials) came over while my husband was out.
Does the system have flexible integration with existing communication devices and third party applications including enterprise resource planning, manufacturing exection software, etc?
Police are still investigating what was thought to have been a gangland-style exection of two men in a remote field outside Edinburgh last Wednesday.
These were written in letters to wives and parents, almost immediately before expected exection. Fortunately they have been preserved in that moving book, Dying We Live.