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1. I've come to the conclusion that he's not the right person for the job.
2. Over the years I've come to the conclusion that she's a very great musician.
3. But I've come to the conclusion that these are sometimes a bit astrological, particularly if you're in a competitive situation.
4. People observing photographs might have come to the conclusion that my head had been superimposed on to some one else's body.
5. I was beginning to come to the conclusion that he was obsessed with the thing.
6. Recently I have come to the conclusion that treasure hunters should have their own exclusive museum.
7. I had come to the conclusion that there was no way of putting them back.
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8. It seems that Dave had come to the conclusion that both he and his firm had reached a sort of crossroads.
9. I have reluctantly come to the conclusion that the lead should be in favour of retaining the death penalty for the present.
10. I have come to the conclusion that politics are too serious a matter to be left to the politicians. Charles de Gaulle
11. Therefore, we come to the conclusion that the deformation of coke drum is the result of progressive plastic deformation.
12. So, they come to the conclusion that their father is going to castrate them because of their illicit love for their Mom.
13. From the foregoing discussion, we can come to the conclusion that accepting the same number of male and female students in every subject does not hold water; therefore, it is totally unadvisable.
14. He has come to the conclusion that he cannot pass the exam.
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16. I must admit I've come to the conclusion that some things are better left unsaid.
17. They come to the conclusion that he had put a hex on the cars.
18. From these graphs and figures, we come to the conclusion that.
19. We've come to the conclusion that we must push ahead with our plans to increase production.
20. The article implied that the pilot was responsible for the accident. If you infer something from what a speaker or writer says, you come to the conclusion that this is what he or she means:I inferred from the article that the pilot was responsible for the accident.
21. The fourth, analyze the conditions of the first vendee's right of rescission, then come to the conclusion that in this case the first vendee should not exert the right of rescission.
22. This conclusion and our industrial chain in front the discourse come to the conclusion that consistent.
23. DAKSHA: We've talked about homophobia and bullying, and we've come to the conclusion that kids get bullied for all sorts of reasons – it's not a massive concern.
24. The deformation increased with the cycle running of the coke drum. Therefore, we come to the conclusion that the deformation of coke drum is the result of progressive plastic deformation.
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