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culmination

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishculminationcul‧mi‧na‧tion /ˌkʌlməˈneɪʃən/ noun [uncountable]   the culmination of something
Examples from the Corpus
culminationThere was, obviously, no simple starting point for the developments we shall examine, nor any pre-ordained culmination.The nurse brings to the relationship herself as a unique human being, the culmination of her particular life experiences.Is this what you imagined the culmination of your life would be?Carnival time in Rio is the culmination of months of preparation.The same approach is applied to the whole body of a three-quarter length figure, which is the culmination of the series.If it was on purpose, the culmination of some evil conspiracy, well of course it will happen again.The creation of devices capable of producing resonance was the culmination of a long and patient exploration of sounds.This was the culmination of an atomic programme that the Fourth Republic had begun and which de Gaulle had accelerated.
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