perfect stage

per·fect stage

a mycologic term used to describe the sexual life cycle phase of a fungus in which spores are formed after nuclear fusion.Synonym(s): teleomorph

per·fect stage

(pĕr'fĕkt stāj)
mycology The sexual life cycle phase of a fungus in which spores are formed after nuclear fusion.
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The perfect stage to view There's nothing worse than having the view of your favourite band obstructed at a festival.
The park has always been my favourite place in the world to run and cycle, it's right on my doorstep and it continues to be the perfect stage for the most beautiful running event in the country, Kielder Marathon.
The second annual StringFest will provide the perfect stage for our state's fine timber sector that is renowned for producing some of the world's best instruments.
CRICKET WICKETKEEPER-BATSMAN Jos Buttler hopes the World Cup can provide the perfect stage for his coming of age as an England player.
ALAN PARDEW is back at Crystal Palace and it is the perfect stage for him.
the Willamette Valley Hardy Plant Group will present Kris Kirkeby on "Backyard Bird Feeders: The Perfect Stage to Observe Birds.
Nonetheless, Breatice Tinsley and liah Shahry were both delightful, with super voices and perfect stage presence.
A perfect stage show for young theatre-goers and their families.
Ameobi is likely to be released by United in the summer and the World Cup would be the perfect stage for him to showcase what he can offer to potential suitors next season.
I thought Anfield would be the perfect stage, but I don't think he felt settled enough to produce his best.
The combination of three miles and a fast pace around Cheltenham played to Drever's strengths, with the final furlong up the hill the perfect stage to showcase his will and stamina.
In addition, the timing of the 2014 show will deliver the perfect stage for companies to debut mobile consumer products and services for the annual holiday buying season.