in conclusion in conclusion


  • (adv) the item at the end



  1. Said the State Department in conclusion: ".
  2. I did take the time to read, and it basically says in conclusion, "having people pay something towards their healthcare costs does make them more responsible".
  3. So in conclusion, we already have a "panel" which decides what is covered and what is not covered.


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    In conclusion . . . in a moral point of view, the effect ought to be, to teach him good natural patience, freedom from selfishness, the habit of acting for himself, and of making the best of every occurrence.
    on January 6, 2014     Source: Psychiatric Times

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