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v. 1) to fulfill one's obligations under a contract. 2) to comply with requirements of a court order. (See: performance)

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This month, Miami City Ballet performs In the Upper Room (1986), its fourth Tharp work in the past three years.
The advantage of tape backup is that the technology is mature, performs well and is fully supported by Microsoft for full Exchange backups.
The "adopted" competitor performs for and talks with the children who then follow the pianist's progress throughout the competition, and often for years after.
NEW YORK-BASED PERCUSSIONIST AND COMPOSER SUSIE IBARRA PERFORMS JAZZ, AVANT-GARDE, AND SOUTHEAST ASIAN GONG MUSIC.
An exception applies if the taxpayer performs tangential services in connection with its own construction project (such as delivering materials to its construction site and removing construction debris).
* When a subject firm performs audits of employee benefit plans, engagements adhering to government auditing standards or audits of certain depository institutions with assets of $500 million or more, system review reports will state that such engagements were selected as a part of the peer review.
12 Straight Leg Kick and Skip: The skipping action remains the same as in the high knee skip, but the opposite leg now performs a high, straight leg kick.
10, the centering machine is replaced with a machining center (model YM-40) that performs facing on both ends and center drilling.
* The service technician visits the client site and performs the requested service.
Andy visits the fitness center at least 3 days a week and religiously performs the exercises recommended by the exercise physiologist.
Douglas Boyd, director of the Minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery Program, performs remote control heart surgery.