ultimate result

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But such sea-going has not the artistic quality of a single-handed struggle with something much greater than yourself; it is not the laborious absorbing practice of an art whose ultimate result remains on the knees of the gods.
But I decided that if I made any interesting and important discoveries--as no doubt I should--I would keep them to myself, and surprise Poirot with the ultimate result.
I had traced the secret to its ultimate result, - and that result was the nail.
Les ordonnances = four decrees establishing absolute rule, issued by King Charles X on July 25, 1830, which touched off the July Revolution, leading to his abdication on July 31, and the installation of the Duke of Orleans as Louis Philippe I, King of the French--Cooper was living in Paris during this period, though he returned there from Italy and Germany a few days after the July Revolution itself, and he was a close friend of the Marquis de Lafayette who played a major part in the Revolution and its aftermath; for Cooper and many others, the ultimate results of the Revolution were a serious disappointment, since the new King seemed rapidly to become almost as conservative as the old}
By the close of the chukker though Faisal struck one goal to reduce the margin to 8-5A1/2, it was not enough to change the ultimate result of the match.
The banks say they expect the bankruptcy proceedings to end with Feni's reorganization the ultimate result of which would be finding a good investor to settle debts and invest in the company's development.
The ultimate result will be an interactive, immersive, experience (with participants employing virtual reality goggles and gloves) to digitally visit the Martello Tower in Sandycove, south of Dublin, where Joyce's novel Ulysses begins.
The ultimate result will be a vibrant, collaborative and sustainable campus that can accommodate 10,000 students.
In New Zealand earlier, the battle had, of course, been closer, the touring Lions having seldom been allowed to play with such continuous flair, but the ultimate result, the test victories and unbeaten provincial record represented for Carwyn a high point which - his club successes apart meant that in rugby football terms his life ever after was an anticlimax.
The ultimate result is a big increase in depression and stress, and modern parents are advised to change their strategies lest this be passed on to future generations.
We pray for a peaceful election and the ultimate result to be accepted without any dispute by the parties in the fray.
In the process of exploring how individuals can achieve peace within, the ultimate result is peace in social settings.