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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishconcludingcon‧clu‧ding /kənˈkluːdɪŋ/ AWL adjective   concluding remark/section/stage etc
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concludingThe majority of the Court avoided determining whether the first treaty prohibited a limited number of States from concluding a subsequent treaty.Alternatively, the documentation would be signed by both parties abroad, or by concluding all negotiations by telex.We will return to these points in the concluding chapter.The concluding part of the chapter reviews the recent history of management reform.In his concluding remarks, Santos drew attention to the issues facing developing countries.The concluding section considers the relationship between the external and internal auditor.In the concluding section we shall speculate as to why this might have been. 6.The Appeal court will, at the concluding stage, test its own opinions against those of the judges in the original hearing.Before concluding this chapter a few remarks on the subject of doubling strings by wind may be useful.
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