- v. Simple past tense and past participle of conclude.
- adj. having come or been brought to a conclusion
“Kosmin concluded from the 1990 data that many saw God as a "personal hobby," and that the USA is "a greenhouse for spiritual sprouts.”
“Vavi on Thursday said there were moves afoot amongst the ANC leadership to oust Mantashe before his term concluded in 2012.”
“His term concluded at the beginning of this year, and we look forward to working closely with his successor.”
“At all events, the disastrous term concluded quietly.”
“Palin concluded by encouraging Americans to voice their opposition to their senators before the vote.”
“And what I concluded is that it requires each of us to have both the desire to improve our neighborhood and the inability to tolerate the status quo.”
“An 'you ain't never seen bad luck," Edwin concluded triumphantly.”
“When Darwin concluded that animals were capable of reasoning in a rudimentary way, Mr. Burroughs laid him out in the same fashion by saying: "But Darwin was also a much greater naturalist than psychologist" — and this despite Darwin's long life of laborious research that was not wholly confined to a rural district such as Mr. Burroughs inhabits in New York.”
“Out of ten times ten thousand passages of Cape Stiff from east to west, this, they have concluded, is the best strategy.”
“The document uses jargon that effectively calls for linking standardized test scores to teacher evaluation, a scheme that several recent studies concluded is ineffective in improving student achievement.”
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