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come to fruition

To successfully be brought into existence or to completion. Although we struggled to get funding, our project ultimately came to fruition.
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come to fruition

Fig. to occur or turn out as suspected or intended. When will all of these good things come to fruition? Our hard work and the end we planned for will soon come to fruition.
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If Fr McVerry's informed prediction comes to fruition our Government ministers should hang their heads in shame.
If such a plan ever comes to fruition, the North East would also expect a fair price for its resources.
I AGREE with all the letters questioning what is being done to bring new retailers and restaurants to Coventry city centre in the years before any 'masterplan' comes to fruition.
A STOCKS and shares firm with plans to come to Tyneside has said it could be a while yet before the project comes to fruition.
IT looks as if Cheryl Cole may be away from Girls Aloud a little longer if what I've heard comes to fruition.
EMMERDALE: Donald's plans to destroy the Kings' business finally comes to fruition but Anna, having developed real feelings for Matthew, soon regrets her part in their downfall.
The sacred ground around the beautiful parish church will be much disturbed by old Nortonians turning in their graves if this nefarious little scheme comes to fruition.
If the deal comes to fruition, it would allow Kraft to increase its presence in Europe, thus solidifying its position as the world's leading cookie maker.
Once you have identified the threat, you need a plan of action if the threat comes to fruition.
If the Bush administration's proposal to impose universal mental healthcare screening comes to fruition, it's likely that everybody, not just those accused of "hate crimes," would be subject to scrutiny for "pathological bias"--not just in the form of racism or "homophobia," but perhaps "paranoia" and "anti-government" attitudes as well.
It just might take awhile before it comes to fruition.
The fear comes to fruition when you find an evil force that threatens to pull you in without consent or choice.
The life of Taku's family is irreparably changed as the war comes to fruition and yet this novel becomes one of hope and love in the end.
As the peace process comes to fruition, they will need technical help in improving their land and marketing produce.
Rapid Success has only been researching biofuels and biodiesel for the last two months, but there is no denying it will have an impact in the North if the initiative comes to fruition, says Little.