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crowning achievement

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  • His crowning achievement was the construction of the famous Mausoleum, named after himself, that was to serve as his tomb and a monument to his rule.

    Alexander the Great

  • John Ancrum Winslow, had served in the navy of the United States for thirty-seven years, and had done good work off Vera Cruz in the war with Mexico, but the crowning achievement of his life was at hand.

    American Men of Action

  • It would be a perfect fit, the crowning achievement of Murdock‚Äôs tenure as dean at the medical center.

    Fatal Care

  • The hemp and flax, which were to have sustained the linen manufactures of Great Britain and to have thrown the balance of trade with Russia into England's favour, never came to a single ship-load; and the cultivation of the mulberry seems to have expired with its crowning achievement when, on the occasion of His Majesty's birthday in 1735, Queen Caroline appeared at the levee in a complete court dress of Georgia silk.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 6: Fathers of the Church-Gregory XI

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