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Then, a few years before the Civil War broke out, he became the executor of his father-in-law’s estate, which included nearly 200 enslaved people.
Of course, moderators have long existed in the offline world—lawmakers, police, and the courts can all be understood to be the executors of a kind of moderation power.The Capitol Attack, Impeachment and GameStop Make it Clear: 2021 Is Shaping Up to Be the Year of the Moderator|Alex Fitzpatrick|January 29, 2021|Time
If I had to sum up the people that work at Rocket Lab, they’re just pure executors.
There’s always a partnership of a visionary and an executor, of a visionary and an operator who work in concert to advance something greater.
At that point an executor will be in charge of activating the service.
In September, during a hike in Franklin Park, Chasen told Smilgis that there was a new will and that she was still co-executor.
If the lessee die, his executor or administrator can assign the remainder of his term.
Or, if the land has been given to a devisee, he can require the executor or administrator to pay the mortgage.
If dead or insane, the oath must be made by his executor, administrator, or other representative.
The hard-hearted executor of the law was brought within the influence of her enchantment.Madame Roland, Makers of History|John S. C. Abbott
An executor would be admitted to give evidence of the validity of a will, which he could not do at present.The History of England in Three Volumes, Vol.III.|E. Farr and E. H. Nolan