the fruit(s) of (something)

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the fruit(s) of (something)

The desired product(s) or result(s) of an activity, effort, or situation. The fruit of the long and bitter negotiations has been a historic peace treaty that will see the end of a 50-year war. Behold, the fruits of our labor: the most advanced artificial intelligence ever created!
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the fruit(s) of something

the good results of an activity or a situation: Enjoy the fruits of your labours (= the rewards for your hard work).The book is the fruit of years of research.
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After these two noble fruits of friendship (peace in the affections, and support of the judgment), followeth the last fruit; which is like the pomegranate, full of many kernels; I mean aid, and bearing a part, in all actions and occasions.
During this time, Conseil and I chose the best fruits of the bread-fruit.
Expansin genes have also been isolated and characterized in the fruits of tomatoes [13], strawberries [14], peaches [15-16], bananas [17], cucumbers [18] and litchis [19].
One thing you can do with fruits of the season is to make fruit leather as a great instantenergy snack pack for kids.
Canada's fruit and vegetable regions are as diverse as the country is large: almost every region has production of some field and greenhouse vegetable crops as well as fruits of many kinds.
Painting: Fruits of the Midi, by Auguste Renoir (c.
Some of them eat little fruit, and some favorite fruits of the primates are black or green when ripe, he notes.
All the text allows us to do is to examine the fruits of love--and perhaps to read them onto the body of the earth as much as the body of the beloved (creation is itself the fruit of love, but whose love?
Mostly a few insect pests attack on harvested fresh fruits of citrus.
The fruits of his labors now include five odor compounds emitted by ripening strawberries and raspberries.
Because both the simple and compound fruits of big-bracted dogwoods have red seeds, Eyde believes they are dispersed primarily by animals with good color vision.