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the achievement of something desired, planned, or attempted

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She had gleaned enough from von Horn to understand that some important scientific experiments were to be undertaken; but what their nature she could not imagine, for she had not the slightest conception of the success that had crowned her father's last experiment at Ithaca, although she had for years known of his keen interest in the subject.
Simonov's other visitor, Trudolyubov, was a person in no way remarkable--a tall young fellow, in the army, with a cold face, fairly honest, though he worshipped success of every sort, and was only capable of thinking of promotion.
On the contrary, the most obvious, striking reality they accepted with fantastic stupidity and even at that time were accustomed to respect success.
The funds will also support client mentoring, the upgrade of the Career Center and the continued advancement of Dress for Success SW Florida in Naples and Collier County.
People see "alleged" instant success stories in media according to Huffington Post's Carolyn Gregoire.
gov, begins with: "Success in Iraq remains critical to our national security and to success in the War on Terror.
Recent studies have provided strong evidence of effectiveness for the school counselor-led Student Success Skills (SSS) intervention in positively effecting the academic achievement and social competence of students (Brigman & Campbell, 2003; Brigman, Webb, & Campbell, in press; Campbell & Brigman, 2005; Webb, Brigman, & Campbell, 2005).
You couldn't find a better ensemble on Broadway to bring alive the Pyramid of Success principles written by legendary UCLA basketball coach John Wooden in his children's book ``Inch and Miles: The Journey to Success.
The path from an idea to a successful innovation or commercial venture is lined with mine fields that can sabotage success at any step.
Arsenault, Hamilton, Leeds and Marcil have all developed multimillion dollar portfolios, but their roads to success are as diverse as the real estate market itself.
While the effective implementation of these six factors may be inherent to successful programs, they alone are not sufficient to guarantee program success.
Companies can achieve remarkable levels of growth and long-term success simply by making a conscious effort to align the interests of all stakeholders in parallel.
In this research, success is defined as the student's completion of a course with an A, B, or C grade.
Concern over the effects of EDCs on wildlife is driven by the hypothesis that disruption to the reproductive system may have serious deleterious consequences on the reproductive success of populations, but there is little evidence bearing on this expectation.