Culmination [noun]

Definition of Culmination:

conclusion; climactic stage

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Released on September 16, the nine new guidelines are the culmination of several consultations held with policymakers, child development researchers, AI practitioners, and kids around the world.

That computer will be the culmination of decades of scientific research and breakthroughs, including foundational work done by Charles Bennett, a pioneering scientist and IBM fellow.

This weekend brings the culmination of Sundance, the annual CAMP Rehoboth fundraiser that normally features a packed dance floor.

It begins with the phrase “what if,” and it’s the culmination of a simple, three-step ideation process that makes innovation possible—even in the most rigid of companies and industries.

Nor did these Christian players’ attitudes toward Muslims in general change much on surveys taken at the start and culmination of the league.

Where the Betts deal looks from one perspective like a team of sizable resources simply seizing opportunity, it also suggests a certain all-in culmination.

Of the Feralia of February 21, the culmination of the festival of the kindred dead (Parentalia), we have already spoken.

The six weeks which he spent in Paris were the culmination of his pleasure trip.

In order to reach the star at lower culmination the finder tube had to be thrown out of parallelism with the main telescope.

He saw the great economic machine grinding on day and night, the mighty forces rushing to their culmination.