eventual

All Adjective
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  • It is a condition of their eventual release that they never meet again.
  • This would lead to its eventual status as capital of the state.
  • They released two albums on that label before being dropped and before the eventual break-up of the band.
  • Eventual success led to the government having to purchase homes that were sold in the development.
  • The year given is usually that in which the work was completed, not of its eventual publication.
  • Unlike most other role-playing games, eventual triumph of the players is not assumed.
  • The strike damaged his reputation and may well have contributed to his eventual election defeat ten years later.
  • He then suddenly broke into a run and slid into home plate for the eventual winning run.
  • The eventual proof of the four color theorem made use of his earlier work.
  • But they did not reach the final due to a semi-final defeat against eventual runners-up France.
  • This led to the eventual damming of nearly every major western river.
  • The eventual forest of microphones became a problem for the official sound crew.
  • It is considered by some to be a step toward eventual full independence from Denmark.
  • Following the defeat of Nastrond steps had been taken to prevent his eventual return.
  • The idea is to realize a net win equal to the initial amount after every eventual win.
  • Colonial self-rule and eventual independence were now British policy.
  • The congregation came to believe that they faced eventual extinction if they remained there.
  • Simulation can be used to show the eventual real effects of alternative conditions and courses of action.
  • James II also promised the Irish Parliament the eventual right to self-determination.
  • The Constitution Party calls for the eventual end of social security.
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