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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MIPIM gives us the perfect stage to do that, and Chris and Matt will be selling that strong point to the international audience.
Along with top events like Mhor Festival, Bloody Scotland and Alva Games, these games will allow the area to continue to showcase itself, and Scotland, as the perfect stage.
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Scotland is the perfect stage for cycling events and Glasgow city centre will provide a fantastic setting for the riders as they push off on the first of eight days of competition.
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