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Synonyms for invoke

to compel observance of

Synonyms for invoke

cite as an authority

request earnestly (something from somebody)

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We are pleased to announce that Asta has implemented Invoke FAS Regulatory S2 in time for the Lloyd's Pillar 3 Dry-Run, and has successfully made ASR submissions for seven syndicates and a special purpose syndicate using the software", comments Matt Lane, Head of Business Intelligence and Pillar 3 Programme Manager at Asta.
8220;Mindful of the need to embed XBRL into a sustainable business-as-usual reporting process, esure has selected the Invoke e-Filing Insurance portal as it gives us confidence and peace-of-mind regarding our ability to meet all the Pillar 3 reporting deadlines,” says Steve Long, Group Financial Controller.
Invoke is focused on maximizing the potential of European fundamental technology by using its unique expertise and repositioning experience to rapidly scale them across multiple markets.
The Zambian decision to invoke the precautionary principle illustrates how a bad idea can have drastic consequences.
13) If a custodial subject makes a vague reference to counsel after initially waiving the Miranda rights, it is insufficient to invoke the right to counsel and the government has no obligation to ask clarifying questions.
As I invoke Black Speak, I avert standardized speech patterns and adopt the counter-cultural.
But even more surprising than the sudden indictment in the cold case was Ashcroft's decision to invoke a little-known federal law, the 1994 Hate Crime Sentencing Enhancement Act, which increases penalties for bias crimes that take place on federal lands.
It is interesting how these two books transform the pedigrees they invoke, in particular New Historicism.
Just as the Democratic candidates invoke the populist rhetoric of the progressive era while at the same time pandering to the very insurance companies they excoriate, so, too, does their moral crusade appear to be a clever sales job.
Additionally, you may want to invoke the Fifth Amendment's privilege against self-incrimination in response to discovery sought via a CID.
Each registered service has a Service item consisting of Java code that a client would execute to invoke the service, either locally, remotely from a device on the network, or as a composite of both.
Such arguments of course are not accepted if one's opponents invoke them, thus making for a constant double standard applied to "us" and to "them" and for an extreme manifestation of arrogance in the hands of those who possess a preponderance of military might.
Can a Rent Default Trigger Landlord's Right to Invoke the Conditional Limitation?
Currently, there is little guidance on the relationship required between debt and a stock investment in order to invoke section 246A.
taxpayer cna invoke competent authority in an attempt to mitigate the double taxation.