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adv.1.In the way of executing or performing.
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Based on the comic book series of the same name, the drama is executively produced by Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg, whose writing work includes Superbad and Preacher.
The film whose release date has not been revealed yet, is executively produced by Rohan Sajdeh and Masha Sajdeh.
While in Qatar, the British director also executively produced several documentary films including Sarajevo Film Festival winner "For the Love of Books", which was also the recipient of a Grierson Award in 2012 for Best Historical Documentary.
The film features the tumultuous story of the Azerbaijani diplomatic delegation sent to the Paris Peace Conference in 1919 under the leadership of Alimardan bey Topchubashov, and was made by Baku Media Center in 2016 with support from Azerbaijan's Heydar Aliyev Foundation and executively produced by Arzu Aliyeva.
"It's like my baby," she told (https://people.com/tv/emmys-2018-justin-timberlake-supports-wife-jessica-biel/) People  of the USA series, which she also executively produces.
"Sheikh Jaber Al-Ali promised unlimited financial support for the series, which would also go on the records as the first to be executively produced," Al-Faraj told a KUNA-moderated roundtable on 41 years since the series aired.
Roque said when La Vina was appointed to the DOT despite the allegations that he did not not "really have to explain, justify an act which is inherently executively nature and subject absolutely to the president's discretion."
The n-back task based on verbal materials was applied by the present study to evaluate subjects' abilities to regulate, update and executively control active information.
The semantic control network with neural basis at the prefrontal cortex and parts of the middle temporal gyrus suggests that these regions are also importantly active during executively demanding tasks (1).
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.
Directed by Joe Dante (The 'Burbs), Gremlins was executively produced by Steven Spielberg.
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