bring (something) to fruition

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bring (something) to fruition

To complete or do something successfully. Although we initially struggled to get funding for our project, we were able to bring it to fruition.
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bring something to fruition

to make something come into being; to achieve a success. Do you think you can bring this plan to fruition? The plan was brought to fruition by the efforts of everyone.
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My parents always stressed the importance of getting an education and I hope I am bringing to fruition their word by opening this school.
Summary: The Worldwide Alumni Association of the American University of Beirut (WAAAUB) announced the results of its second election on Wednesday, bringing to fruition the planned structure of the association.
DELAYED by the floods, Swindon's 61st Two Year Old Produce Stakes reached its conclusion last week, bringing to fruition much hard work by entries coordinator Sue Warren and connections of the competing greyhounds.
As president, he was responsible for bringing to fruition projects that included the Solaire, the nation's first independent wastewater treatment and recycling system in the basement of a residential high-rise in NYC, and a water reclamation project located in Mansfield, NJ, which recently received a 2006 New Jersey Governor's Environmental Excellence Award.
More than half the states now have signed the Interstate Insurance Product Regulation Compact, bringing to fruition a four-year project by state regulators to establish a national clearinghouse for life insurance product standards.
Once again, Perry Baltimore and the Marshall Legacy Institute have been instrumental in bringing to fruition a public-private partnership initiative involving mine detecting dogs that will make a real difference in the lives of countless people.
Over the coming months we will focus on bringing to fruition five flagship projects, more than 60 national projects and supporting more than 2,000 events at local level.
Service providers that offer local and long-distance services, information content, and high-speed access to other information resources over or through their own facilities deserve the awards for bringing to fruition much of the promise of the Act.
And I know enough about television production to appreciate the difficulty of bringing to fruition a project of this scope.
We are 100% committed to continuing Pegasus' forward march, bringing to fruition the vision France had for the organization -- and beyond.
We are bringing to fruition our vision of helping global OEMs and network operators truly delight their customers with incredibly realistic, immersive media-rich experiences.
AGI/Klearfold's 25 years of material and process development experience, structural-design expertise, and manufacturing excellence were essential in bringing to fruition this groundbreaking project.
Dean de Largie noted, "Luis was an incredible asset to Andresmin, he was instrumental in bringing to fruition our Winicocha project.
CSR's focus on the technology, costs and product design have created a formula that has seen the Cambridge UK based company play a role in bringing to fruition some of the leading mass market products available today.
Then the council members can begin to confront the challenges facing the Nation, including protecting Nation businesses, completing the land claim settlement with the State of New York and bringing to fruition the Nation's development agreement with Empire Resorts {NASDAQ:NYNY} which allows for the construction of the Cayuga Catskill Resort at Monticello Raceway.