culminate


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end up

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to reach or bring to a climax

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end, especially to reach a final or climactic stage

bring to a head or to the highest point

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reach the highest or most decisive point

reach the highest altitude or the meridian, of a celestial body

rise to, or form, a summit

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The conversations will culminate in a final report presented to leaders of Congress, the Secretary of Agriculture, and the President.
The technical program will culminate with the fabrication of a generic automotive structural part under conditions similar to those required for volume production.
After a two-night stay in Lahore, the train will leave for Multan via Raiwind and after staying for a night or two at various stations including Khanewal and Sukkur will culminate its journey on August 25.
On the ensuing kickoff, Thompson ran in the go-ahead Crenshaw touchdown, and teammate Ronnie Warren had a 29-yard interception to culminate the scoring.
The procedure performed by Sachs' team was one step in a complex effort that researchers intend to culminate in the safe transplantation of animal organs into people whose own organs are failing.
Yet the forces behind the lethal multi-tiered battle are far greater than mere mortals could suspect, and will culminate in a devastating conflict to decide the fate of humanity.
In turn these are linked by an external gallery - a breezeway - a favourite Meier device that occurs over and over again from the early Saltzman House, through the Weishaupt Forum (AR March 1994) to culminate in the Getty.
The accomplishments of his life and career culminate into more than a textbook's worth of meaningful lesson plans, but a moving treatise on human fortitude, focused energy and professional longevity.
The camp, for children ages 9 through 12, will culminate in performances for parents, family and the public at 7:30 p.
For Smith, breaking and disrupting boundaries in theater and society culminate in the execution of Charles I in 1649, an event prepared for by the theater which preceded it: "the merging of theater, festive topsy-turviness and punishment in the mid-seventeenth century may owe much to the deconsecration of authority in the drama that preceded it, but the drama of the early seventeenth century owes as much to the highly experimental and bold invocation of .
The group, made up of young, local business people, has been collecting toys all month and will culminate its drive on what is traditionally one of the busiest shopping days of the year.
The intense two weeks culminate in three days of performances featuring both students and professionals.
Thousands of mourners will participate in the Zuljanah procession which after passing through its traditional route will culminate at Karbala Gamay Shah in the evening where Majlis-e-Sham-e-Ghariban will be held to commemorate the martyrdom of Hazrat Imam Hussain (RA).
Akin to the structure of such established sports franchises as the PGA Tour and NASCAR, the World Series of Video Games will establish the first video game competition circuit that features a series of "Major" tournaments on multiple gaming platforms that culminate in final rounds at which true world champions emerge.
The one month training of committees would culminate on October 20.