Prepositions used with "conclusion"

"In conclusion" or "to conclusion"?

In 58% of cases "in conclusion" is used

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in conclusion, you had to be there.

in conclusion, nothing comes easily.

So, in conclusion, I am officially stopping my aspirations to be a blogger-critic.

in conclusion, to be able to engage in golf effectively, you need to have patience.

in conclusion, don't forget that it is relatively easy to run a successful business.

Therefore in conclusion it might be said that Maneka has both been deviated from ina substantial number of cases.

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Thus it may me said in conclusion that it is compulsory on the part of CHS to filing Income Tax returns regularly.

in conclusion it may very well be said that information is the irreducible kernel from which everything else flows.

In 27% of cases "to conclusion" is used

Canucks Army Jumping to conclusions mat: NHL lockout edition.

Also, writing poems, finishing poems and seeing it come to conclusion.

He or she must avoid leaping to conclusions based on incomplete evidence.

It appears to us that the researchers have biased mind in jumping to conclusions.

So poeple should stop jumping to conclusions about people because of their music style.

Our minds are constantly jumping to conclusions about the world we live in and who we are.

I'd say that's a little harder than your job of ' jumping ' to conclusions and ' running ' your ignorant mouth.

The Government asks critics not to pre-judge or rush to conclusions even before the LLRC has issued its report.

We can all jump to conclusions, usually the wrong ones, based on our perceived idea of what might have happened.

Mohamud's attorney, Lana Tupchik, said Mohamud denies the accusations and urged jurors not to jump to conclusions.

In 8% of cases "of conclusion" is used

The formal record of conclusion is what Serino produced.

It's pretty racist to just jump to those kinds of conclusions.

I arrive at the same sort of conclusion as Sean Marshall, by a different route.

What I would like to suggest is that we have good reasons to resist this kind of conclusion, and the reasons aren't only moral.

They were unable to make any type of conclusion about Casey's post-incident behavior and wanted all the evidence tied up for them in a neat package.

Findings -- The paper draws a number of conclusions related to pedagogy, citizenship and the need to develop quality indicators of engagement and impact.

Such information might assist in bringing some form of conclusion to those so affected by this tragedy and could also have safety ramifications for the future.

This type of research can be expensive and time-consuming, and there is often debate over the applicability of conclusions when the tight parameters of the trial are varied in the real world.

In 2% of cases "on conclusion" is used

on conclusion of the operations of the 26th, which at least represented some improvement over earlier efforts in suport of Eighth Army, the task force withdrew to refuel.

on conclusion of this day? s operations the force retired southward, passed Triumph and her escorts who were steering north to take over the Yellow Sea duty, and headed for Sasebo to replenish.

In 1% of cases "after conclusion" is used

According to the University's practice, the results are usually released about three months after conclusion of the examinations.

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In 1% of cases "at conclusion" is used

Just CEO speak from Jeff Long to deter the media from arriving at conclusions.

Stern's article arrives at conclusions that appear to deviate from actual history.

It is our mind that arranges experiences and sensations into ordered thought to arrive at conclusions.

In 1% of cases "upon conclusion" is used

Fails to return to the field upon conclusion of the half time break, fails to perform a kick-off when signalled to do so by the referee, or fails to be in a correct position for a kick-off 5.

In 1% of cases "with conclusion" is used

And some of them disagree with conclusions the new study reached.

Since I had some chalk, the walls, a camera, the opportunity and a plan, I came up with conclusions that I hope the reader will find interesting.

The first phase underwater excavation phase, conducted last year in Lamu, included mapping out the areas and coming up with conclusions on the depth of the water, currents and other relevant issues.