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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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The Web Service Invoker. WSDL2Java analyzes WSDL file of Web service and creates the stub program and some interface programs.
"Local invoker" is the module to determine the local invoker for GRD.
Remote Method Invoker Structure public class Remote Method Invoker { public void Wrapper(); /* procedure to dynamically invoke the verification method on which the change specified in the aspect is to be incorporated.
it contains a functional version of Federation Controller, Invoker and Rights Manager component in the federation; and WebService Controller, Schema Filter and Rights Manager component in the source.
Again, the dispute can arise where the questioner and the invoker disagree over whether: the question actually calls for an incriminatory response; (38) the immunity conferred is broad enough to replace the constitutional privilege and require the invoker to answer; (39) compulsion has been utilized by the government; (40) or the invoker has effectively waived the constitutional privilege by failing to claim it.
The change in invocation is on the part of the invoker, not the saint, for the transformation of the saint already is in a stage of completion.
The server also tracks whether a user has invoked a process invoker to enable delayed link traversals (discussed below).
The handler is invoked as if it were an interrupt service routine, required to use the VAX return from interrupt or exception (REI) instruction to return to the invoker's context.
The values of functions are, however, returned only to the caller or invoker of that function.
We can insist that each object be an active process, that it accept messages (of the form "invoke method M") one at a time, and return reply messages to each invoker in turn.
In the exhibition International Surrealism Now, has participated a group of artists from the Russian Federation (Edgar Invoker, Maria Aristova, Oleg Korolev, Sergey Tyukanov, Yuri Tsvetaev and the Russian-American Anna Plavinskaya).