conclusion


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Synonyms for conclusion

Synonyms for conclusion

a position reached after consideration

a position arrived at by reasoning from premises or general principles

Synonyms for conclusion

a position or opinion or judgment reached after consideration

an intuitive assumption

the temporal end

the proposition arrived at by logical reasoning (such as the proposition that must follow from the major and minor premises of a syllogism)

a final settlement

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For me, they didn't have an investigation; why does she have a conclusion saying what the Philippines did was wrong?
Delegates to General Synod 2007 will face this resolution in six months: "That General Synod accept the conclusions of the Primate's Theological Commission that the blessing of same-sex unions is doctrine but is not core doctrine in the sense of being creedal.
If all the evidence supports this working hypothesis, the investigator can convert it to a final hypothesis, moving the investigation expeditiously to a conclusion.
2006-2 further states that the other conclusions reached in Rev.
In some cases, such an evaluation has led to the conclusion that keeping a separate permanent file is unnecessary.
Fourteen conclusions and recommendations were made in this study highlighting issues relating to "business process engineering and to partnerships and sharing between government and industry, including collaborative virtual prototyping (CVP).
We did not arrive at this conclusion in our article.
A reliance opinion is any advice with a conclusion of more likely than not (or stronger).
In general, an empirical approach is emphasized in these case studies with the consequence that the conclusions drawn may not necessarily apply to coalfields elsewhere with different geological settings.
Thacker begins his critical study with an introduction, divides the main part into four chapters, finishes with conclusions, and appends a fourteenpage bibliography and a five-page index.
The fact that teacher unions backed the study had no impact on its conclusions.
On one hand, in his book Wink spends a lot of time and energy showing that "Jesus did not use 'the son of the man' as a self-deprecating expression of humility" (22), and rejects "the conclusion of a number of philologists .
First, when working on various examples to illustrate what would qualify for extraordinary item treatment, Lucas says, "We came to the conclusion that no matter what we did, the extraordinary item would never be able to capture what really was the direct effect of this unprecedented event.
Let's call the argument leading to this conclusion A and examine some objections and responses: