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carry (something) into effect

To cause (something) to apply, begin operating, or take effect; to begin implementing or enforcing (something). The new government has vowed to carry several policies into effect, aimed at helping struggling citizens get by. The new law will be carried into effect on the first of January.
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You would deal with them more harshly and cruelly than their owner himself," said Vivaldo, "for it is neither right nor proper to do the will of one who enjoins what is wholly unreasonable; it would not have been reasonable in Augustus Caesar had he permitted the directions left by the divine Mantuan in his will to be carried into effect.
The Crows were probably daunted by the resolute, though quiet demeanor of the white men, and the constant vigilance and armed preparations which they maintained; and Rose, if he really still harbored his knavish designs, must have perceived that they were suspected, and, if attempted to be carried into effect, might bring ruin on his own head.
Bute's intentions with regard to Miss Betsy Horrocks were not carried into effect, and she paid no visit to Southampton Gaol.
The repast was carried into effect that very day, and the lackey waited at table.
Quantitative easing (QE) is the last resort for ECB to stir up growth and inflation as it had already carried into effect almost all other major measures, from funneling hundreds of billions of euros into the banking system as cheap loans to slashing key interest rates to almost zero percent.
When the recommendations of the Crowther Report are eventually carried into effect, the ideal of secondary education for all will be realised.
The OFT said it was "considering whether arrangements are in progress or in contemplation which, if carried into effect, will result in the creation of a relevant merger situation under the merger provisions of the Enterprise Act 2002 and, if so, whether the creation of that situation may be expected to result in a substantial lessening of competition within any market or markets in the United Kingdom".
A statement to the Stock Exchange yesterday read: "The OFT is considering whether arrangements are in progress or in contemplation which, if carried into effect, will result in the creation of a relevant merger situation under the Enterprise Act 2002 and, if so, whether that situation might be expected to result in a substantial lessening of competition.
Will' means the legal declaration of the intention of a testator (one who makes a will) with respect to his property which he desires to be carried into effect after his death.
They worked surprisingly well during the war but it was in the late 1950s and early 1960s when Macmillan was Prime Minister and de Gaulle, President, that the relationship 'turned sour' over the idea, since tragically carried into effect, of Britain's joining the French-dominated Common Market.
A deportation notice has been served upon you and I have to consider whether to make a recommendation for deportation which may, or may not, be carried into effect.