end with (something)

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end with (something)

To conclude something with a particular action. Well, as usual, our family dinner ended with a big fight.
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end with something

to make something the final element, just before the end. We will end with the singing of the school song. The concert ended with a vigorous march.
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References in classic literature ?
The story ends with the return home of Menelaus, which brings the general narrative up to the beginning of the "Odyssey".
After losing the first three ends with singles, Peter Day, Ron Vizard, Mark Rainbow and Tom Sankey weighed in with six winning ends of one four and five singles to take a 9-3 lead against the team skipped by J Clayfield.
Honours were shared over the next three ends with a treble to the Taylor quartet and a two and a single to Durham before the visiting side pulled away with a two and four to edge in front 21-15 and then only conceding a last-end single.
After winning the first two ends with singles the Solihull men then lost five of the next six ends with 4, 1, 2, 1, 3 - against their fifth end single - to trail 11-3.
In 16:8 the Gospel of Mark ends with the famous (or infamous) [gamma][alpha][rho], the last sentence translated "for they were afraid." Should or did Mark end at this point?
Any partnership, S corporation or PSC to automatically change from a 52-53-week year to a non-52-53-week year that ends with reference to the same calendar month (and vice versa);
"Kabnis," like "The Sorcerer's Apprentice," ends with a nocturnal ceremony.
Echoing the movement from canefield to classroom and back, Johnson's collection starts and ends with rural settings ("The Education of Mingo" and "The Sorcerer's Apprentice") and sandwiches Chicago in between.