conclusion


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conclusion,

n result or outcome of an event, action, or process.

Patient discussion about conclusion

Q. how do i do blood test? and how do i read it straight and what conclusions can i get out of it?

A. In order to do a blood test you must get a referral from your doctor. You can conclude many things from a simple blood test- for instance, if you are suffering from anemia, an infection, high levels of fat ro cholesterol, sugar levels and more.

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References in classic literature ?
If she won't give me the information I want, the conclusion is obvious -- I must help myself.
He must be guided by reason, although her conclusions may be fatal to him.
The conclusion resulting from these examples will be not a little strengthened by recollecting three circumstances.
But probable as this seems, it is by no means a proven conclusion.
Nature does not ask your permission, she has nothing to do with your wishes, and whether you like her laws or dislike them, you are bound to accept her as she is, and consequently all her conclusions.
In conclusion, the arms of others either fall from your back, or they weigh you down, or they bind you fast.
He made accurate examination of it by the aid of some instruments, and came to the conclusion that it was carved from a lump of lodestone.
The process in his mind went on tormenting him without reaching a conclusion.
I am going into Yorkshire with Sir James and Lady Chettam; and the conclusions I come to about some land which I am to see there may affect my power of contributing to the Hospital.
He has come to the conclusion," Cathcart said, "that the scheme is impracticable altogether and the concessions worthless.
It was probable that such a combination would happen again, was going to happen now, and, once more, in the bright-lighted cabaret, he would sit on a chair, Del Mar on one side, and on the other side beloved Steward with a glass of beer before him--all of which might be called "leaping to a conclusion"; for conclusion there was, and upon the conclusion Michael acted.
I republish the story with its original conclusion unaltered, but with such occasional additions and improvements as will, I hope, render it more worthy of attention at the present time.