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con·clu·sions

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    Rank popularity for the word 'conclusions' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #3889

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of conclusions in Chaldean Numerology is: 1

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of conclusions in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9

Examples of conclusions in a Sentence

  1. Matthys Levy:

    It just generally shows what a crappy condition the concrete was in. You can draw whatever conclusions you want — that maybe the rest of the concrete was just as bad.

  2. Kent Walker:

    We believe that the statement of objection's preliminary conclusions are wrong as a matter of fact, law, and economics.

  3. Ken Farley:

    In the distant past, the sand, mud, and salts that now make up the Wildcat Ridge sample were deposited under conditions where life could potentially have thrived, the fact the organic matter was found in such a sedimentary rock -- known for preserving fossils of ancient life here on Earth -- is important. However, as capable as our instruments aboard Perseverance are, further conclusions regarding what is contained in the Wildcat Ridge sample will have to wait until it's returned to Earth for in-depth study as part of the agency's Mars Sample Return campaign.

  4. Delta Lloyd:

    Delta Lloyd strongly disagrees with the content, conclusions and demands of Highfields, there are no legal grounds for postponing the vote on the rights issue. But, more important, postponing would be detrimental to the interest of Delta Lloyd and its stakeholders, in particular its shareholders.

  5. Xavier Becerra:

    The conclusions of the reports were that there was no way military assets could have made it in time, it’s unfair to blame military troops and officers who did the best they could. The State Department didn’t get in the way of the military. As I said, we can continue to try to make conspiracy theories out of all of this.

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