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- adj. conclusive; convincing; decisive.
- adj. Finishing; closing; final
- v. Present participle of conclude.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Final; ending; terminal; closing: as, the concluding sentence of an essay.
- A line leading through the middle of the steps of a Jacob's ladder.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. occurring at or forming an end or termination
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The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety cited accident statistics and research with driving simulators in concluding that once a conversation begins, hands-free phones are no less risky.
The main thing I am concluding is that people just do not understand how tax brackets work.
But at least, Pegler remarked, in concluding his memorable California saga, Upton Sinclair had thrown such a fear of revolution into the complacent Republicans that they "now realize that they had better be good -- or else."
I commend your intellectual honesty in concluding that Hamas is a gross violator of the laws of war.
Now to be sure, they would counsel again concluding that one group is less intelligent than another on some unitary scale — and that scientific recommendation may prove to be sound.
Without this knowledge an observer will be equally justified in concluding that the F-14 is a good design or a bad design.
Darwin: We should be extremely cautious in concluding that an organ could not have been formed by transitional gradations of some kind.
Saxon's questions flew fast and furious, and she was not long in concluding that the old man bore a striking resemblance to the description the lineman had given of his father.
The writers clearly were more concerned with setting up a season two than in concluding a season one.
I suspect she is correct in concluding that some whites are afraid of Obama.