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use "fruition" in a sentence

Freer never got to see this plan come to fruition.

The CF-105 would serve as a stopgap until the UK's F.155 project came to fruition.

Legislature for new armory construction came to fruition.

The project has never come to fruition.

A new lease of
in the role and structure of universities (1937, 1940).

The mix of youngsters and veterans was fruitful, especially in 1989, where the Astros won 86 victories, finishing 3rd behind the Giants and padres.

perhaps to compensate for his own poor treatment as a youngster, Brown - with the support of new chairman Bob Lord - developed a strong youth setup at Burnley which continued to be fruitful long after his departure.

It is also said that by offering a CHADAR at the dargah is fruitful to the people.

In like manner the Episcopal bodies of today are in a position to render a manifold and fruitful assistance, so that this collegiate feeling may be put into practical application.

In recent years, however, a fruitful line of scholarship has argued that all power is ultimately tied to social exchanges.

Louvre The Seasons are a continuation of poussin's mythological landscapes, depicting the power and grandeur of nature, "benign in Spring, rich in Summer, sombre yet fruitful in Autumn, and cruel in winter." Some cultivars are self-fruitful, but better pollination is achieved with differing parents.

China praised his leadership and objectivity. and supported him for doing "substantial fruitful work, which has maintained the agency's role and credit in international non-proliferation and promoted the development of peaceful use of nuclear energy.

1594 saw a more fruitful Ottoman response.

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