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- v. Present participle of culminate.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Being at or crossing the meridian; being at its highest elevation, as a planet.
- Being at its highest point, as of rank, power, magnitude, numbers, or quality.
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Vice President Itamar Franco took his place and governed for the remainder of Collor's term culminating in the October 3, 1994 presidential elections, when Fernando Henrique Cardoso was elected President with 54% of the vote.
Vice President Itamar Franco took his place and governed for the remainder of Collor's term culminating in the October 3, 1994 presidential elections, when Fernando Henrique Cardoso was elected President with 54\% of the vote.
In the theater of memory, I see that it was a set piece: his concept was to lead our young minds through a chain of events culminating which is to say beginning, since he constructed his lectures as flashbacks in a mysterious, inexplicable event that ignited the creation of the world.
I am sure I cannot better express what may be called our culminating thought today, than by quoting some lines written by the Bishop of Western New York on that venerable relic:
This occurrence has been not unjustly termed the culminating point of
Emerson has been called the culminating flower of seven generations of
This period again might almost be called the culminating period of English rhetoric.
The courthouse, a fine building, is situated on what might, with propriety, be called the culminating point of the town, as the hill there reaches its greatest height, and the town slopes gradually on every side.
In many ways M for Montréal is a lot like any normal music festival-long nights coupled with early wake up calls culminating in sleep-deprived delegates.
A series of wake-up calls culminating in the confirmation that the country was experiencing double-digit unemployment for the first time since Ronald Reagan's first term got Obama listening to key members of Congress and the more serious members of his Cabinet, such as
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