Definition of Executive program
1. Noun. A program that controls the execution of other programs.
Group relationships: Operating System, Os
Generic synonyms: Computer Program, Computer Programme, Program, Programme
Terms within: Executive Routine, Supervisory Routine
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Literary usage of Executive program
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1. Belgium Real Estate Yearbook 2006: Assets, Industry Trends, Market Players by Blavier, Jean Blavier (2006)
"The follow-up executive program consists of a theoretical section with a choice of ... Solvay Business School - executive program in Real Estate The Solvay ..."
2. The Problem of a National Budget by William Franklin Willoughby (1918)
"The reports and estimates that are submitted to it are not looked upon as an executive program, but rather as data to enable Congress to perform its ..."
3. The System of Financial Administration of Great Britain by William Franklin Willoughby, Samuel McCune Lindsay (1917)
"estimates that are submitted to it are not looked upon as an executive program, but rather as data to enable Congress to perform its function as a ..."
4. Annual Report by Australian Minerals Council Meeting (1906)
"... treasurer, auditor, exhibits, publication, executive, program, resolutions, place, nominations. The several reports are appended to these minutes. ..."