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conclude

(Complete), verb abort, adjourn, break off, bring to a close, bring to an end, bring to rest, carry to commletion, cease, climax, close, conficere, consummate, discharge, discontinue, dispose of, end, execute, exhaust, finalize, finire, finish, fulfill, halt, make an end of, make complete, maturate, prosecute to a conclusion, renner complete, seal, set at rest, settle, shut down, stop, surcease, terminate
Associated concepts: conclude a hearing, conclude a trial

conclude

(Decide), verb choose, come to a determiiation, concludere, conligere, decide upon, declare, decree, decree by judicial authority, deduce, deem, deliver judggent, determine, end by a decision, find, form a judgment, form a resolution, form an opinion, give a ruling, give an opinion, give judgment, hold, infer, judge, make a decision, make a resolution, make terms, make up one's mind, pass judgment, pronounce a judgment, resolve, rule, seal, settle, settle in one's mind, settle upon, take a decisive step
Associated concepts: conclusion of guilt, findings
See also: abandon, adhere to, adjudge, adjudicate, adjust, ascertain, assume, award, cap, cease, close, complete, comprehend, construe, consummate, culminate, decide, deduce, deduct, deem, derive, determine, discharge, discontinue, dispatch, dissolve, expect, expire, find, finish, fix, generalize, hold, infer, judge, lapse, liquidate, opine, pass judgment, perfect, perform, presume, pronounce, read, reason, resolve, result, rule, settle, stop, suppose, surmise, suspect, terminate, think
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69-136 also concludes that the employment relationship was terminated when the employees were called for active military service.
Second, and more troublesome for voucher advocates, a court might conclude that the passage of time or a more recent rewriting of a state constitution has cleansed whatever improper motive lay behind the original adoption of the Blaine amendment.
The Climate Action Network concludes, "Making plastic bottles requires almost the same energy input as making glass bottles, despite transport savings that stem from plastic's light weight.
Brancolini concludes that the Harvard Model is "comprehensive, yet flexible," and provides "an excellent foundation" for local adaptation, but there may be a need for both "simpler" and "more complete" versions.
Surprisingly (and somewhat unclearly), she concludes that Catholic environmentalism is most likely closest to the (Leopoldian) "naturalists.
Under Article 5(5), the existence of the authority to conclude contracts should be the determining factor in whether a PE is found to exist.
By contrast, the TAM concludes that the taxpayer's encapsulation expenses did not appreciably increase the value of the warehouse, did not substantially increase its useful life, and did not adapt the property to a new or different use.
Because only a person with an equal or greater right of access can override another's refusal to consent, law enforcement officers must be careful to develop facts that would allow them to reasonably conclude that the person giving consent has such equal or greater right.
Accordingly, prior to accepting an offer from an individual to purchase the apartment, the seller should he sure that the purchaser has the financial ability to conclude the transaction and to obtain a loan.
The report was unable to conclude if Rocketdyne's ``heavy lobbying'' efforts to change the citizens committee influenced the DHS.
Close to the planet, in the region where Triton never penetrated, regular satellites might still survive," the group concludes.
While Moto is hopeful discussions with OKIMO can be concluded during the second quarter of 2006, there can be no assurance regarding the timing of concluding the discussions, the final nature of the agreements or that Moto and OKIMO will successfully conclude an agreement.