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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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Gripped by this stimulus, Manchester City Council (MCC), Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM), LCR and regeneration experts U+I, formed the Mayfield Partnership which is now bringing to fruition breathtaking ambitions for this 30-acre site.
On a day where Pakistan were bowled out for 273, sealing a 107-run win for South Africa as well as a clean sweep, the Pakistan coach reiterated he had a long-term plan that he was confident of bringing to fruition. "We'll go back and assess exactly where we want to be," he said.
Then they learn the truth about the shooter's intentions, and they realize with shocking clarity that they must somehow prevent him from bringing to fruition the plans he has set in motion.
Now, these women's photos (Beall has captured more than 50 moms and counting), and written accounts of their journeys from self-doubt to body confidence, will appear in 'A Beautiful Body,' a book that Beall is bringing to fruition via crowd-funding and help from volunteers, the Huffington Post reported.
The restored murals were thrown open to the public recently, bringing to fruition his decade- long efforts.
My parents always stressed the importance of getting an education and I hope I am bringing to fruition their word by opening this school."
On April 13 1699 the tenth Guru, Guru Gobind Singh Ji, called a mass gathering of Sikhs and initiated the five beloved ones (Panj Pyare) and established the Khalsa order of Saint Soldiers, bringing to fruition a way of life that had been lived by the 10 Gurus and which would be guided by the immortal message conveyed through them and installed as The Word or Shabad Guru in Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji.
We are fully intent on bringing to fruition our ambition for Daman Investments to emerge as a leading Arab financial management firm in the wake of the global economic recession, growing within the region's rapidly evolving financial services industry."
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.
Well, I always perceived Red Robbo as a loud-mouthed petty tyrant, with aspirations he had no chance of bringing to fruition.
As a result, he will be responsible for bringing to fruition the famous immigration pact' advocated by French President Nicolas Sarkozy for the French EU Presidency in the second half of 2008.
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.
South Korea Olympic Committee President Jung Kil was quoted as saying he and IOC President Jacques Rogge agreed at talks in Beijing to work toward the goal of bringing to fruition last September's agreement in principle between Olympic agencies of the two Koreas to form a joint team for the Beijing Olympics.
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.