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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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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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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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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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The companies have forged a reseller relationship in which Fruition Partners will provide Resolve's industry-leading incident resolution offering to its customers.
Resolve has a very robust and certified integration to ServiceNow and we are enthusiastic about the potential this represents for our customers using ServiceNow for support, self-service and fulfillment," said Marc Talluto, co-founder and chief executive officer, Fruition Partners.
8220;Houston has a wealth of tech ideas just brewing beneath the surface,” says Wes Okeke, founder of startup incubator Fruition Technology Labs in Houston.
CEO and founder of Fruition Partners, Marc Talluto, added : "The Latin American market is a greenfield for both ServiceNow and Fruition Partners.
Glenn Turner said: "Both Martin Turner who is a director of the NorthWest National, and I are pleased to see the fruits of our labours come to fruition after all the barriers we've had to overcome.
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MBTW Golf Design was charged with the responsibility of bringing this goal to fruition.
Once the stone goes in, there's a collective sigh of relief in seeing the design come to fruition and the project come to a close.
The life of Taku's family is irreparably changed as the war comes to fruition and yet this novel becomes one of hope and love in the end.
Together, authors including Dan McKenzie and John Dewey provide perspective on the birth and development of this idea, as well as how scientific ideas come to fruition.
1998 was a banner year for the Tobin tax, and is regarded by many of its proponents as the beginning of a successful worldwide campaign to bring the CTT to fruition.
It's hard to believe that it is that time of year again: March Madness, the fruition of every basketball coach's hard work throughout the year.
Nearly five years on, most of the promises have come to fruition, but whether that is the case for all is a matter of interpretation.
The rapid progress will bring the business benefits to fruition in a more timely manner," said Mike Fargano, T1M1 Chairman.
I am especially grateful to the authors, the leadership of the National Career Development Association, and Spencer Niles for their collective work and support in bringing this commemorative issue to fruition.