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  1. Culminated

    of Culminate

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of culminated in Chaldean Numerology is: 9

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of culminated in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3

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  1. Alliance CEO Tory Bruno:

    We feel the weight of responsibility of this mission – this is Dr. Parker’s life’s work and it has culminated in this single mission, this rocket, in the span of just a few minutes, less than an hour, will send the spacecraft on its mission out to the Sun to literally fly through the corona – an absolutely amazing technological feat. WEIRD SOLAR SCIENCE : HOW NASA'S PARKER PROBE WILL DIVE THROUGH THE SUN'S ATMOSPHERE.

  2. Adam Rosendorff:

    I was becoming frustrated at my inability to explain discrepant results, it culminated on one or two occasions with my refusal to justify the discrepant results to physicians.

  3. Stratos Safioleas:

    This effort culminated in getting Probst elected as an The IOC member. I expected that the transformation in Olympic Committee will be reflected in the strategy of Boston's Olympic bid.

  4. Kevin Demoff:

    He took the two biggest risks in the NFL that I can think of in the last decade, buying land to build a stadium, hoping to get the opportunity to become the Los Angeles ' Rams again, and hiring a 30-year-old head coach when everybody wanted a major name. Those two risks culminated last night with unbelievable reward.

  5. Ted Cruz:

    I'm so encouraged after what was a terrific victory ... in Wisconsin, it was a turning point, I believe, in this entire election. It culminated four states in a row in the last two weeks where we have beaten Donald Trump over and over again.

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