To do something; to execute. (verb) कुछ करने के लिए; अंजाम देना।
Examples of word perform
Getting up early is one of the intelligent daily practices that Leaders Without a Title perform with acute consistency.
They spent the fall touring behind their election-themed single "All Good Reasons" and were asked to play the Obama campaign official pre-debate rally in New York; it's not often a band of 20-somethings without a label perform on a main stage sandwiched between sets by
Attentive teachers realize that one of the best predictors of how their students will perform is what they had for breakfast, if anything at all.
The only other launch vehicle activity NASA needs to perform is the remaining Shuttle flights.
But seeing them perform is incredible, if not just for their music, but for the audience's reaction when they cut loose.
They once again perform the story of a man and a woman who, after stepping into a time machine, are unable to hear a Black Eyed Peas song playing, and decide to ignore the music altogether and foxtrot to an entirely different rhythm while waiting in line for a midnight showing of "Rocky Horror Picture Show."
We saw George Carlin perform what would later become his last HBO special.
Accordingly, the question whether the actual mortgages are likely to perform is relevant, and the mortgage documents are relevant.
I constantly make the argument on my blog that almost all work we now perform is unnecessary, but it never occurred to me, until that discussion, that this also means there a few consequences to a withdrawal from work entirely.
Afterwards, however, I drove up to Boston to have dinner with was06066 and his husband, who are so delightful they also make my heart hurt a little, and then was06066 and I abandoned poor Chris and took off to see Buddy Miller, Emmylou Harris, Shawn Colvin, and Patty Griffin perform at the Orpheum.