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Synonyms for culmination

Synonyms for culmination

Synonyms for culmination

a final climactic stage


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(astronomy) a heavenly body's highest celestial point above an observer's horizon

the decisive moment in a novel or play

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Dr Osama Al-Bar, the Mayor of Makkah, said this development is culmination of the great attention given by the Custodian of the Holy Mosques, King Abdullah Ibn Abdulaziz to the holy City of Makkah.
BEIRUT: The Progressive Socialist Party and the Free Patriotic Movement are expected on Monday to unveil a joint working plan that was the culmination of several weeks of discussions, pan-Arab daily Al-Hayat reported on Sunday.
Arrival at the point of culmination can be caused by various factors.
Theatre-lovers will also get a chance to see the culmination of the Ballet Hoo
Written by nationally recognized author, speaker, and educator Leith Anderson, Jesus: An Intimate Portrait of the Man, His Land, and His People is the culmination of years of research and offers a straightforward biographical telling of the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
THIS weekend is the culmination of the world's biggest gay festival in my spiritual home of Sydney.
The culmination event for the 10th annual Harrah's Millionaire Maker is expected to draw more than 240 of the nation's best slots players from 13 states.
The Church from its origins," he went on to say, "has been firmly convinced that the common celebration of the Eucharist represents the culmination of ecclesial life.
This initiative is the first of its kind and aims to sensitize police and other law enforcement officials on how to interview children who have endured sexual violence, which is a culmination of a series of assaults on their dignity.
The new computerized CPA Exam format went live April 5, the culmination of more than three years of work by the AICPA, NASBA and Thomson Prometric.
Created by NIST staff and contractors, the CD-ROM represents the culmination of a 3 year effort to provide an interactive, multimedia supplement/reinforcement for a basic mass metrology seminar.
This case is the culmination of what I've done over the past 12 years," said Harlow, who predicted the court would issue a favorable ruling in the case in June.
In this light, the Guggenheim exhibition provides another neat culmination for Barney's project: a kind of Cartesian pineal gland where concrete sculpture and architecture meet the abstractions of cinema and art history--and so a place where there is no way out but into the artist's baroque narratives.
It is the culmination of the 2000-2003 Arts Olympiad, which began with global art competitions on the theme "Me in the New Millennium.
Without downplaying the enormous work put into Mee Moua's campaign to mobilize the Hmong community, her campaign was, at the same time, the culmination of over two decades of evolution and constant interactions between the Hmong community and the political process.