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  • The group achieved the same amount of success but for a limited period of time.
  • Notable success has also been achieved by the state's smaller schools in football.
  • Next, as more red is added the majority will say that a match has been achieved.
  • By the end of the educational experience each student should have achieved the goal.
  • This line-up achieved national and international success in the early 1980s.
  • He returned the following year, better prepared and with a larger force, and achieved more.
  • But they believed that if this was to be achieved, it had to be done quickly.
  • He knew how to lead and control men to achieve his purposes.
  • The degree takes four years of full-time study to achieve.
  • If this is achieved it will be the only nation to have achieved this goal.
  • Four other members of the team achieved the summit the next day.
  • A strong social network and family support are important in achieving this goal.
  • Once "local" status has been achieved it remains in place for life.
  • But it is not known if any experiment based on this idea has been ever achieved.
  • The goal of this new reform was to show that results were being achieved in schools.
  • However, when he left the south, he had achieved nothing.
  • No genre either before or since has been able to achieve a similar market share.
  • In his opinion, that could only be achieved through education.
  • In order to continue through a cup, a position of fourth or higher must be achieved in each race.
  • The number of men who actually achieved the ideal and lived their lives by it was high.
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Meaning of achieve

  • verb To gain with effort
    she achieved her goal despite setbacks