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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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Coke (2005) concludes that educators can best promote cooperative learning practices by "practicing what we preach".
Based on all the facts of record, the Board concludes that consummation of the proposal would not have a significantly adverse effect on competition or on the concentration of banking resources in any relevant banking market, and that competitive considerations are consistent with approval.
69-136 concludes that differential payments are not wages and the IRS appears to respect that ruling, arguably an employer that concludes that Rev.
The author could have applied her legal training (University of Michigan), legal experience (private practice in New York City), and government service (staff duty handling crime issues for Michigan Republican Senator Spencer Abraham) to conclude that her Democrat and liberal targets weren't merely stupid or blindly loyal party hacks.
The EPA concludes, "Some bottled water is treated more than tap water, while some is treated less or not at all." Henry Kim, consumer safety officer for the FDA, asserts, "We want bottled water to have a comparable quality to that of tap water"--which, of course, runs counter to the widely held public belief that bottled water is better.
Rather than taking precautionary or repressive measures against terrorist activity, she concludes, the relationship between security and economic development should be studied first, then action should be taken accordingly.
Therefore, they conclude that it remains uncertain if long-term use of lower doses of estrogen is associated with an elevated risk of ovarian cancer.
Noise exposure can lead to small increases in blood pressure readings and possibly even increases in cardiovascular disease prevalence, conclude researchers from the National Institute of Public Health and the Environment in Bilthoven, the Netherlands, after filtering their way through more than 500 studies of health effects potentially linked with noise exposure [EHP 110:307-317].
The more analytical "Essays and Articles" section spans the years from 1905 through 1997 and concludes with three essays written expressly for Critical Essays.
Okerson then forecasts that between 2000 and 2005, all significant STM journals will be on the Web, indexing and abstracting services will serve as "gateways to journal content," electronic books will "sweep onto the WWW," archiving solutions "will emerge," and consortia will grow "in power." Okerson concludes the future is likely to be neither "catastrophe" nor "utopia" but "a little more of a muddle and a little less simple."
The article concludes with a discussion of the possible impact Dickerson could have on law enforcement.