culminating


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Synonyms for culminating

of or constituting a climax

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This is what 19th century strategist and military theorist Carl yon Clausewitz says about culminating points:
It's almost like private sessions culminating in a professionally geared show."
He examines various units of measurement, starting with the cubit, the approximate length of a man's forearm, and culminating in the precise units of the metric system.
We had plenty of interactive group exercises, culminating in mock television interviews of the trainees filmed by a local news cameraman.
Anatomically correct illustrations by Carol Thompson and Dori Butler's straightforward narration offer simple descriptions of how reproductive organs work, what it is like for a woman to be pregnant, and the steps of childbirth, all culminating in the arrival of a new baby brother at home.
Reagan has also been deeply involved with GSAE, culminating in her presidency during 2002-2003.
Hurd spent 25 years at NCR, culminating in his two-year tenure as CEO and president.
History Makers does not put forth such naive beliefs as to claim that prayer alone allows for earthshaking events such as the capture of Saddam Hussein, but it does stress the positive repercussions prayer can bring on all walks of human life, culminating in what can only be described as a translation "from censer to scepter".
In cooperation with designers and product developers of OEMs and leading manufacturers of effect pigments, the company's team of colorists has created 36 new special effect colors, ranging from "fresh fruity to subdued cool culminating in delicate lucidity." These special effect color masterbatches are used in such applications as cosmetic packaging, bottle closures, household articles and articles of the electronic industry and entertainment industry.
The office, which had been established to delve into the Whitewater real estate venture and related financial irregularities at a Little Rock Savings & Loan, managed to wander all over the place, culminating in its investigation of Bill Clinton's sex life.
VXE-6 disestablished in February 1999, culminating 44 years of Operation Deep Freeze.
Lowell's career in the industry spanned more than four decades, culminating with his appointment as president of Collingwood Grain in 1989.
That's because, he wrote, we will have reached "the end point of mankind's ideological evolution and the universalization of Western liberal democracy as the final form of human government." In other words, the Cold War wasn't simply an epic ideological and geopolitical struggle of the 20th century, but rather the culminating struggle of all human history.
Far away from Auburn University, a radical educational experiment culminating in a new architectural aesthetic has been emerging.
NIST has published Technical Note 1444, International Comparison of Guarded Hot Plate Apparatus Using National and Regional Reference Materials, culminating a 5 year effort to compare measurement results from five national metrology laboratories on four national and regional thermal insulation reference materials.