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reach a conclusion

To achieve some conclusion, especially after a period of deliberation, discussion, debate, etc. We've been turning over the evidence for nearly three days, and we're still no closer to reaching any conclusions! After spending the last few nights thinking about what you said, I've come to the conclusion that I need to make some drastic changes in my life.
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reach a conclusion

to complete discussion and decide an issue. It took three days of talks to reach a conclusion. When we reach a conclusion, we will notify you of the results.
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"In 2025, team work will be among the most important skills for success alongside creative thinking and so-called STEM skills (STEM is the acronym of the first letters of the English words of science, technology, engineering ) and maths.Adapting the school system is key to preparing the students for the economy of the modern times.I am glad that we have teachers and schools in Bulgaria who are looking for and finding opportunities for cooperation on international projects Proactivity and Creative Thinking development so when students have the freedom to test their knowledge and themselves to reach conclusions. The young Bulgarian talents showed just that in the video, "said Bulgarian MEP from GERB / aaEPP Eva Maydell during the discussion with the winners.
QU President Dr Hassan al Derham said, "One of the main objectives of the conference is to address the legal framework of the tourism sector, both nationally and internationally, which will help identify the legal and technical challenges facing the tourism sector at the local, regional and international levels." "This conference will allow us to exchange ideas, experiences and research in order to reach conclusions and recommendations that will assist in achieving the desired objectives.
So that kind of information and that level of detail will be available at such times as we reach conclusions on the discussions and go forward with the program,' said Mr Rice then.
One cannot ignore Brexit, although, as with the trade war threat, it is very difficult to reach conclusions, not least as the government itself remains in disarray on the subject.
Lovat and Dally look at a set of character education implementations in Australia to reach conclusions about best practices.
He urged all international parties which have a genuine desire to back the political process to seize the positive developments in Syria and the Syrian government's efforts to push the political process forward, and to support endeavors to reach conclusions that will put an end to the war and stop bloodshed in Syria.
He urged all international parties which have a genuine desire to back the political process to capitalize on the positive developments in Syria and the Syrian governmentUo's efforts to push the political process forward, and to support endeavors to reach conclusions that will put an end to the war and stop bloodshed in Syria.
Education teaches man to think about different perspectives, look at things with different views and thereby reach conclusions that will help him further his jour.
Commenting on the upcoming talks in Switzerland between Anastasiades and Turkish Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci , Kidd said "there is a real opportunity to build on the progress that was made last week and to reach conclusions on the agenda for that, which will open the way towards the multi-party event, which we are all hoping can be achieved within this year as the leaders have said they want."
"Do you always reach conclusions before examining the evidence?
He said the current conference aim is to look into the various issues and challenges and reach conclusions that would be converted into programmes to handle these questions and to avert the continent into their menace while at the same time encouraging peaceful and tolerant existence among its people.
to discuss, deliberate and reach conclusions over the price.
Hammond stated "the safety of British nationals must come first", to which Shoukry expressed understanding, but maintained that it was too early to reach conclusions on the wrecked Russian airbus flight that fell last Saturday, killing above 200 passengers on board.
From what emerged yesterday the useless inquiry, which will not appoint blame or even reach conclusions, appears to be yet another such mistake.