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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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On every side were forests of banana; the fruit of which, though serving for food in various ways, lay in heaps decaying on the ground.
While these interesting birds were cooking, Ned prepared the fruit of the bread-tree.
Of the Fruit Of each Tree in the Garden we may eate, But of the Fruit of this fair Tree amidst The Garden, God hath said, Ye shall not eate Thereof, nor shall ye touch it, least ye die.
[UKPRwire, Sat Aug 10 2019] Coffea Arabica, the fruit of the coffee plant, has high phytonutrient and phenolic antioxidant content and is a beneficial food ingredient.
[ClickPress, Fri Aug 09 2019] Coffea Arabica, the fruit of the coffee plant, has high phytonutrient and phenolic antioxidant content and is a beneficial food ingredient.
Long before Jesus said "I am the vine," the prophet Hosea said that the fruit of our lives comes from God.
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?).
They're not treated with any dignity there because the Fruit of the Loom company was given to understand that if they came to Derry, so grateful would the people of this area be for their presence, that they could treat us any way at all."
Request TOC of this Report- https://www.factmr.com/connectus/sample?flag=T&rep_id=3669 Coffea Arabica, the fruit of the coffee plant, has high phytonutrient and phenolic antioxidant content and is a beneficial food ingredient.
The fruit of several have a very fine flavor, and a couple have an exceptionally low seed content." He found a few trees remaining on the original property of Dr.