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Ex`ec´u`tive`ly


adv.1.In the way of executing or performing.
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Then the film "Objective Baku: How Hitler lost the battle for oil," which was executively produced by Arzu Aliyeva with an important support from Azerbaijan's Heydar Aliyev Foundation and which was aired on National Geographic in several languages in 2015, was screened.
Pop star Selena Gomez, who executively produced the Netflix series 13 Reasons Why this year, disappeared from the public eye to receive a kidney transplant from friend and actress Francia Raisa.
The new series will be executively produced by Eisner-award winning American animator Noelle Stevenson, who will adapt the character for a modern take.
Directed by Joe Dante (The 'Burbs), Gremlins was executively produced by Steven Spielberg.
Omid has also executively produced the acclaimed documentary We Are Many, about the global anti-war demonstrations that took place in 800 cities on February 15, 2003, to date the largest mobilisation of humans in the history of the earth.
Executively produced by Academy Award winner Leonardo DiCaprio, the film was widely received by audiences and critics alike.
And he's currently working on Marvel's Doctor Strange, executively produced by the legendary Stan Lee and starring Rachel McAdams and Benedict Cumberbatch.
The veteran wildlife film-maker is narrating the BBC's new landmark documentary series, The Hunt, executively produced by his great friend and collaborator Alastair Fothergill, who he previously worked with on Blue Planet, Planet Earth and Frozen Planet - and when David and Alastair team up, you just know it's going to be astonishing.
The veteran wildlife film-maker is narrating the BBC's new landmark documentary series, The Hunt, executively produced by his great friend and collaborator, Alastair Fothergill, who he previously worked with on Blue Planet, Planet Earth and Frozen Planet - and when Sir David and Fothergill team up, you just know it's going to be astonishing.
New Urbanism also implements its guidelines executively, and in addition to its administrative principles, presents FBC as a flexible and effective tool to reach its goals.
State courts have struggled, in a variety of criminal cases, to balance Brady against evidentiary privileges, including those protecting child abuse, rape crisis counseling, medical, psychiatric, social services, juvenile delinquency, educational, and executively privileged records.
As recently reiterated in R (Bancoult) v Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs [No 2], an extended conception of the prerogative enabled the Crown to act 'both executively and legislatively' in conquered or ceded colonies.
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