It had hoped the Court would rely upon it to reach a conclusion in its favor.
The fun of the episode, however, stands in stark contrast to its conclusion.
One can only draw the conclusion that either one of those two things is happening.
It took more than five years and 50,000 pages of convoluted testimony for the U.N.-backed court to reach its conclusion.
Who makes the fantastic leap from being sick, or gaining some weight over the winter, to a conclusion of plastic surgery?
After a half hour of smoking and ruminating, I came to a conclusion.
Priscilla has jumped to her conclusion at once,—perhaps in emulation of Mrs Grey.
I wondered by what mysterious train of reasoning he had arrived at this conclusion.
So he sat still and tried to smile brightly at the conclusion of her story.
And have you—can you give us your conclusion on that question?
late 14c., "deduction or conclusion reached by reasoning," from Old French conclusion "conclusion, result, outcome," from Latin conclusionem (nominative conclusio), noun of action from past participle stem of concludere (see conclude). Also, from late 14c. "the end" (usually of speech or writing), "closing passages of a speech or writing."