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culminate in (something)

To end or result in something. All of my hard work culminated in several awards at the end of the school year.
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culminate in something

to climax in something; to end with something. The contest culminated in a victory for the best band. The play-offs culminated in a big win for the Chicago team.
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'He (Sharjeel) wants an early return to domestic cricket, prior to the culmination of the 30-month ban, like Mohammad Amir', the source added.
The national culmination opens with a motorcade parade that will start at 2 p.m.
The Sage, Gateshead, hosted the culmination of the Concordia Festival in July 2017 with a mass sing amongst all participating schools
The provinces Nutrition Month culmination program opened with a motorcade followed by a program that was scintillated by competition in cheer dance, slogan making, draw and tell, well-baby, cooking, nutrition quiz, and revival dance and hataw for senior citizens.
There is an awful lot of work that goes on behind the scenes and days like today are the culmination of everybody's efforts.
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif was given a comprehensive briefing at the Command and Control Centre on High Mark's successful culmination and its achieved objectives.
The Oireachtas Banking Inquiry, which is investigating the banking crisis in Ireland, has been told that the 2008 blanket bank guarantee was the culmination of several years of mistakes.
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His topics include whether nanotechnology for a sustainable world is a goal or a set of principles, core normative components of a global project, equitable access to nanomedicines, nanotechnology for global peace and security, and nanotechnology's moral culmination in a global artificial photosynthesis project.
Researchers examined the genetic make-up of 2,000 tumours in what was the largest such study of breast cancer tissue in the world, the culmination of decades of work.
Tunisian authorities say nearly 70 percent of registered voters have cast ballots so far in Sunday's landmark elections, the culmination of a popular uprising that ended decades of authoritarian rule and set off similar rebellions across the Middle East.
Yalta was in reality the culmination, not the beginning of a new world order--the culmination of events from 1941: there was, 'in fact no division of Europe at Yalta' and Yalta did not 'start' the Cold War.
Dr Osama Al-Bar, the Mayor of Makkah, said this development is culmination of the great attention given by the Custodian of...
Summary: The Progressive Socialist Party and the Free Patriotic Movement are expected on Monday to unveil a joint working plan that was the culmination of several weeks of discussions, pan-Arab daily Al-Hayat reported on Sunday.
Summary: Thousands of pilgrims have gathered at Westminster Cathedral for the culmination of a tour of the relics of a 19th century French nun.