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They also highlight the city’s inability to nail down where millions of dollars in the transaction ended up years after the deal was consummated.

Mike is a consummate organizer, and I emulate a whole bunch of elements from his playbook.

Indeed, protecting discrimination is the sole area where this consummate yes-man has shown notable leadership.

We believe from a management and Board perspective this is a unique deal of a decade opportunity with a price tag that could easily be consummated.

Wood said the Civic Center Plaza transaction was ultimately consummated in June because the trustees wound up requesting an extension of their own to allow them to take advantage of a tax benefit.

So far can a fine fastidiousness, allied to a sentiment of compassion, go towards making a man a consummate hypocrite.

Mercy Philbrick's ChoiceHelen Hunt Jackson

She reproached herself for imagining it was possible to consummate a revenge on man by such means.

CarnivalCompton Mackenzie

The notion that the Book of Daniel could only have been written by a statesman or a consummate politician is mere fancy.

With consummate indolence, he turned to Mortimer, inquiring: 'And who may this other person be?'

Our Mutual FriendCharles Dickens

Where else should we look for the brilliant lucidity and consummate point which Voltaire has given us?

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