execution (n.) 2
exercising, putting into operation
2H4 IV.i.212 [Archbishop to Mowbray] this land ... hangs resolved correction in the arm / That was upreared to execution
3H6 II.ii.111 [Richard to Northumberland] scarce I can refrain / The execution of my big-swollen heart / Upon that Clifford
MM I.i.59 [Duke to Angelo] To th'hopeful execution do I leave you / Of your commissions