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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Dillon said that the increase is not a big deal, if it is brought to fruition, he said he would likely buy a roll of 100 stamps in the next few months to save $3.
The initiative to establish an international accreditation partnership was brought to fruition through the work of Jan Kwak, FCIC, professor emeritus at Dalhousie University and John McIntosh, FCIC, professor emeritus at the University of Windsor.
What he brought to fruition in a time of great austerity should serve as an inspiration to future generations.
com." Nicky Graves, trust administrator who has worked closely with Brian Bage, said: "I'm looking forward to seeing the project brought to fruition."
It was your passion, expertise and tireless commitment to educating others about social inequalities in health that inspired and brought to fruition this special issue of the Canadian Journal of Public Health.
And a lot of worthy projects are brought to fruition - but not those which create the jobs which drive economic growth.
The fresh chilled baking mixes in a unique crumb format are the brainchild of Marianne Jones, Director of The Master Mix Baking Company, and have been brought to fruition with the expertise of food consultant Lewis Scott, former owner of Maynards Scotts food company.
And costs are predicted to quadruple over the next three years as the proposals are brought to fruition.
London, Dec 14 (ANI): 'The Social Network', a drama about the creation of Facebook and how it was brought to fruition, has been named the best picture of 2010 by the Los Angeles Film Critics Association.
Pinckney Award, given in recognition of notable achievement in manufacturing research and development for rotorcraft or rotorcraft components brought to fruition in recent years.
LRRC is already grappling with a number of infrastructure issues, including the fact the racecourse is on 'common land', but it remains undaunted and is confident its plans can be brought to fruition without taxpayers being asked to contribute to the cost.
On August 14, 2002, their elaborate plot was brought to fruition. Taylor was working for United Parcel Service (UPS) when the "assailant" approached him, firing a bullet into his right leg.
We are continuing to press home to City Council the importance of that being brought to fruition.
Should the project be brought to fruition, RusHydro may move up to first place in terms of productive supply from its-owned energy retailers.
The presentation of a short feature film "Tochilschik" (Knife-Grinder) will take place on February 19 at 6 pm at Dom Kino (Cinema House).This project has been brought to fruition by "Kyrgyztelefilm" with the assistance of the Arts and Culture Program of the Swiss Cooperation Office in the Kyrgyz Republic.The film is about the relationships between the members of a family, where the main characters live their own lives.