There was some difficulty about its legal execution
, as Sir Henry was a stranger here, and the property to be charged is over the water; but it was ultimately got over with the help of a lawyer, who charged L20 for the job--a price that I thought outrageous.
I have never believed in capital punishment until now and I firmly believe that convicted terrorists should face legal execution
Development, for each part of the contract variant concept, settle matters terrain - legal execution
of an inventory of green, drawing up the statement of the estimated costs of the project documentation and implementation of the solutions proposed in the concept of and participation in public consultations and meetings of the Team.
Although by 1923 legal execution
by hanging was discontinued in favor of the electric chair, vigilante justice remained a favorite pastime for some.
The Al-Sisi government has been working on the elimination of any symbol of decency; people mysteriously disappear, and if they aren't getting killed in the street or in their homes or at work, they are killed by legal execution
with a politicised judicial system and chequebook judges.
Basis-path testing is a white box testing technique that identifies the minimal set of all legal execution
paths  from both the control flow graph of the program, and by the calculation of cyclomatic complexity--the measure of number of independent paths in the program being considered.
It is, essentially, a "discretionary" market in which buyers are finding reasons not to do deals, placing increased importance on intelligent and focused legal execution
in order to deliver shareholder value.
Barroso yet again draws attention to the necessity of boosting the administrative capacity for monitoring Structural Funds absorption and exercising control over the legal execution
of public procurement.
The contemporary play is about legal execution
in a totalitarian state.
David Waisel has claimed that "organized medicine has an obligation to permit physician participation in legal execution
," (2) while Kenneth Baum has concluded that "condemned death row inmates are, for all practical purposes, terminally ill patients, albeit under a nontraditional definition of the term, and deserve to be treated as such [by physicians].
From the disembodied voice of the state of Tennessee: "Ladies and gentlemen, this concludes the legal execution
of Daryl Holton.