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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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I am fully aware that this very worthwhile landmark initiative has been in discussion since 2007 and now seems to be coming to fruition and would like to congratulate Dilwar Ali, project co-ordinator, and all involved.
The intent is to attract tourists to City Center, which has sat vacant since Pembroke Pines bought it for $68 million in 2006 with none of the originally-planned development coming to fruition.
It was a busy summer for the national committee with a number of key initiatives coming to fruition.
However, like countless other readers, I wonder what are the real chances of this scheme ever coming to fruition.
IT is great to see the hopes, dreams and aspirations of Villa and Villa fans finally coming to fruition.
She added: "We are very hopeful we can start on the project at the end of the year and our plans are coming to fruition.
Our determined efforts for a decade to make music teaching and music lessons even more visible to society are coming to fruition.
What began with the outing wars back in the early 1990s--when I and other gay journalists began reporting on closeted public figures in a small, feisty New York weekly called OutWeek, causing an up-roar while challenging the rest of the media to normalize the discussion of homosexuality--is finally coming to fruition in the age of 100 million blogs.
This transaction, in concert with Moody's prior decision to move its headquarters to 7 World Trade Center, demonstrates that the collective vision for a dynamically revitalized Lower Manhattan is coming to fruition.
MOORPARK -- Taylor French's journey to becoming the Marmonte League singles champion began in Agoura and took a year-long hiatus in Ojai before finally coming to fruition Tuesday.
While Middle East media has progressed significantly over the past five years or so, with online media coming to fruition and a range of satellite broadcast media as powerful and prevalent as their global counterparts tackling subjects that previously would have been taboo, it remains a highly self-censored and still relatively immature industry.
We've got so many proposals out there and quite a few are coming to fruition that it's looking pretty good.
The attacks launched against the family and the dignity of human life in the 1960s with contraception, divorce, abortion, and homosexuality--all under the guise of freedom--are now coming to fruition with threats of coercion and bullying against those who oppose it.
When an accomplished person behaves in a way that validates the standards of conduct he has received from his parents and grandparents, it is the orchards of his forbears' seed that are coming to fruition
She added: "I look forward to seeing the exciting new building project coming to fruition under my successor,"