effectuation

NOUN
  1. the act of implementing (providing a practical means for accomplishing something); carrying into effect
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How To Use effectuation In A Sentence

  • Most strikingly, in the belief that the wider dissemination of the Kabbalah would speed up the effectuation of the messianic project, the Sabbateans were systematically teaching it to their women, especially the esoteric Zohar, in which only a small, exclusively male elite would traditionally have been initiated. Sabbateanism.
  • Now that is, of course, in consequence of the effectuation or performance of the contract not, of course, the agreement itself.
  • Incorporate English learning as part of our school yearly effectuation.
  • The reason why consideration was found was because what was being put into effect was the effectuation of, in effect, a court-approved scheme of arrangement.
  • Chapter Three focuses on the rules that effectuation system of administrative contract supports and analyses some cases in practice.
  • This exclusive effectuation stipendiary downbound the equilibrise to coequal inferior than 50\% of the acquirable assign limit. xml's Blinklist.com
  • The defendant may waive effectuation of these rights, provided the waiver is made voluntarily, knowingly and intelligently. Rights Are Curtailed for Terror Suspects
  • The ideal, a thing of the intellect and the sentiment only, cannot so easily bring about its own effectuation; force of circumstance, the will to survive of existing actualities, the insistent past of our own nature are not so easily blown away by the eager shouting of a few high and great words or even by the breath of the thought behind them, however loudly blare the trumpets of the ideal. Archive 2008-12-01
  • Its more creatice aspect in the cosmos for him relates to "wind," which he equates with "anger" as that which moves towards passionate effectuation. Archive 2009-07-01
  • She is strongly concerned that a delay in ratification could further lower momentum for the effectuation.
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