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The strike ultimately led to Leopold’s abdication .

But ultimately , these moves are an abdication of management responsibility.

He will ultimately pass the exam.

The rebel was ultimately captured and confined to prison.

The value of anything is ultimately in the mind of the observer.

Learning a second language may ultimately depend on persistence.

David Suzuki notes that all life ultimately depends on energy from the sun.

unanimous We debated the pros and cons of the idea for a few days, but ultimately decided to go for it.

The company has executed a plan which will ultimately result in a merger with their main competitor.

The Allied forces scored a major victory on D-Day, ultimately leading to the end of the war in Europe.

He is trying to get a job as a salesman for a start, but ultimately he would like to get into management.

The Allied forces scored a major victory on D-Day, which ultimately lead to the end of the war in Europe.

One’s environment helps shape the physical process of growth, and ultimately determines its final outcome.

The government’s proposal to cut taxes will ultimately benefit the wealthy while ignoring the poor entirely.

Betty Bender once said, “Anything I’ve ever done that ultimately was worthwhile, initially scared me to death.

” Although ultimately a victor in the two World Wars, France suffered extensive losses to its Empire in the conflicts.

The 1999 surprise hit Blair Witch Project cost about $50,000 to produce, but ultimately grossed more than $240 million.