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ex·ec·u·tor • n. 1. / igˈzekyətər/ Law a person or institution appointed by a testator to carry out the terms of their will. 2. / ˈeksəˌkyoōtər/ a person who produces something or puts something into effect: the makers and executors of policy. DERIVATIVES: ex·ec·u·to·ry / -ˌtôrē/ adj.

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