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something completed or attained successfully

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In connection with this acquisition, Allgon will also create a new business area of industrial IoT where additional potential acquirements can be added in the future.
If successful, it would represent one of five-year-old Twitter's largest acquirements to date.<br /> The deal shall provide Twitter an application that has been famed among sophisticated users for its professional interface and enhanced capabilities as it closes out a possible threat to Twitter's fast-growing service.
Hatherley gave three reasons for having appointed a monoglot Englishman: ``In cases between an Englishman and a Welshman, a judge selected for his Welsh acquirements would be subjected to mistrust on the part of an English litigant.
In cases between an Englishman and a Welshman, a judge selected for his Welsh acquirements would be subject to mistrust on the part of an English litigant;
Nothing is so well calculated to insure the Architect's success in life, as without this knowledge, which can only be obtained by great experience and attentive observation, formed on real practice, all his other acquirements will be of little avail.'(1) John Soane had a passionate belief in right building which, at first glance, his buildings scarcely reveal.
Such concentration should include all practical and intellectual acquirements requisite for that concentration.