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to compel observance of

Synonyms for invoke

cite as an authority

request earnestly (something from somebody)

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The change in invocation is on the part of the invoker, not the saint, for the transformation of the saint already is in a stage of completion.
This includes keeping track of all users interacting with the hyperweb, all connected clients, all active viewers, and all connected process invokers.
We now discuss the architecture's components: the server, clients, API, and process invoker.
The server also tracks whether a user has invoked a process invoker to enable delayed link traversals (discussed below).
All his great invokers and encourages of life are artists or young girls whose actions are in some way morally creative.
It's one of history's little jokes that Ronald Reagan, who came to power partly because he dumped on Fifth Amendment invokers in an earlier incarnation, leaves as one of his more enduring legacies a new appreciation of our constitutional protection against forcing citizens to incriminate themselves.