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invoke

verb ask solemnly for, beg for, bid, call on for a blessing, call on for help, call up, conjure, entreat, implore, invocare, invocate, raise spirits, recite a spell, recite an incantation, summon, summon by incantation
Associated concepts: invoke the authority of the court, innoke the Fifth Amendment
See also: adduce, bear, call, summon
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Table 4 describes the structure of the Remote Method Invoker component.
The set DELTACHANGEIMPLEMENTORS, JOINTPOINTS and WRAPPER are declared to specify the code to implement dynamic requirements, joint-points and methods executed using wrapper function defined in the Remote Method Invoker.
First, the invoker of the constitutional privilege must affirmatively claim the privilege in order to take advantage of it.
The Requirement That the Invoker Claim the Constitutional Privilege at the Time the Incriminatory Response is Called For
Fixating either upon the symbolic reality of the saints or upon the legitimacy of our invocation of them alone is deficient and can lead to the faulty notion of either the saints or their invokers as entitatively powerful.
The process invoker is responsible for activating clients requested by the server.
Agim Meta, Ana Neamu, Anna Plavinskaya, Andrew Baines, Brigid Marlin, Daila Lupo, Dan Neamu, Daniel Hanequand, Daniele Gori, Edgar Invoker, Egill Eibsen, Erik Heyninck, Farhad Jafari, France Garrido, Francisco Urbano, Gromyko Semper, Hector Pineda, Hugues Gillet, Isabel Meyrelles, Keith Wigdor, Leo Plaw, Liba WS, Lubomir ?
But the invokers of "emotion" aren't referring to this continuum that is simply a strong and ongoing connection to our sensorium.
It is the side of Orwell that mainstream and right-wing invokers have to bury in order to use Orwell as a patron--most recently of the apparent right of the US and its allies to make war on any third-world state as it sees fit.
As a connoisseur, Verver considers himself equal to "the great seers, the invokers and encouragers of beauty .
All his great invokers and encourages of life are artists or young girls whose actions are in some way morally creative.
It's one of history's little jokes that Ronald Reagan, who came to power partly because he dumped on Fifth Amendment invokers in an earlier incarnation, leaves as one of his more enduring legacies a new appreciation of our constitutional protection against forcing citizens to incriminate themselves.