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1. All their plans came to naught .
2. But this last little stab at optimism soon comes to naught.
3. This came to naught, however, as did an all-steel version, the Model 23 or G8N3.
4. All his labour has come to naught.
5. These efforts have come to naught [ nothing ].
6. His effort to help her will come to naught.
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7. Even so, such efforts also come to naught.
8. All our plans come to naught.
9. All Mike's elaborate schemes seem to come to naught.
10. And if his schemes at home come to naught, then his credibility abroad will wither.
11. If they don't, everything will come to naught and things will go on as before.
12. Joe was furious and felt embarrassed that his White House intrigues should come to naught.
13. As happened in that boom, most of these ideas will come to naught.
14. And once lottery of traditional paper quality is missing namely come to naught.
15. Before you no matter how good the performance, a non-event is enough to let you come to naught.
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