Thesaurus / succeed


If anything called “Mustang” is to succeed as long into the future as the car’s history stretches into the past, it will be more like the Mach-E and less like any of the Mustangs that got us here.
He called it a testament to how much residents want to see Ward 8 businesses succeed.
He explained in his 350 BCE treatise On the Heavens that copies of an icosahedron “will not succeed in filling the whole.”
Whether the Hope mission succeeds or not, its impact is already being felt.
Another critical takeaway is that once the work has succeeded, we have to make sure never to undermine it.
Even if the United States and other developed countries succeed in vaccinating our populations, more virulent variants could arise in other parts of the world that end up affecting us.
Plus, you will have to execute more advanced online marketing techniques in order to succeed.
Yet, more than anything, Wignot’s love letter to the late choreographer serves as a reminder that he did succeed in getting what he most wanted in the end.
As for fuel type, there has been a recent uptick in the chances for success for solar energy in particular, the team found — but overall, oil and gas projects still have a much greater chance to succeed.
Maybe the thing that will finally succeed in cracking open the patterns of history is a global health crisis we never would have asked for.


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