Succeeds Successes

Success

Meanings and phrases

success

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. an event that accomplishes its intended purpose
  2. an attainment that is successful
  3. a state of prosperity or fame
  4. a person with a record of successes; achiever; winner; succeeder

commercial success

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • This LP had a notable commercial success, as well.
  • It was the biggest commercial success of the RWD.
  • However, it failed to prove a commercial success.

great success

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E.g.
  • A novel of great success was taken from this film.
  • Unett also had great success in a Hillman Hunter.
  • She focuses on "Rebel", which is a great success.

without success

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E.g.
  • He bowled three eight-ball overs without success.
  • They continue praying until evening without success.
  • They pray from morning to noon without success.

little success

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E.g.
  • However, very little success has been recorded so far.
  • A number of tenants came and went with little success.
  • He had little success as a breeding stallion.

huge success

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E.g.
  • The song was also a huge success in the United Kingdom.
  • At the time of release, "Deuce" was not a huge success.
  • The film was released in 1999 and became a huge success.

much success

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E.g.
  • He never had much success with girls since childhood.
  • The rock band Tamouz gained much success in the 1970s.
  • Farmers in the area grow citrus fruits with much success.

critical success

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E.g.
  • The ZX Spectrum version achieved critical success.
  • It became another mixed critical success for him.
  • The album was a commercial and critical success.

chart success

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E.g.
  • Commercially, the single achieved minor chart success.
  • The song achieved chart success in both the US and Canada.
  • The single found chart success in both Germany and Poland.

major success

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E.g.
  • Published in 1778 the book was a major success.
  • It was a major success, selling more than 75,000 copies.
  • The film was a major success at box office.

moderate success

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E.g.
  • The film was a moderate success at the box office.
  • Worldwide, the song has reached moderate success.
  • They achieved moderate success during their career.

financial success

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E.g.
  • The film was declared as a huge financial success.
  • The critical and financial success of "Moulin Rouge!"
  • The film was an unexpected financial success.

international success

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E.g.
  • "Let the Right One In" was an international success.
  • "Angel Eyes" was also an international success.
  • His 1964 Olympic medal was his only international success.

limited success

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E.g.
  • Others, such as AnimEigo, achieved limited success.
  • The Committee had limited success meeting its goals.
  • Rusevski turned pro in 1981 and had limited success.

office success

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E.g.
  • "Pinocchio" was not initially a box office success.
  • It received mixed reviews and was a box office success.
  • It received positive reviews and was a box office success.

box office success

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E.g.
  • "Pinocchio" was not initially a box office success.
  • It received mixed reviews and was a box office success.
  • It received positive reviews and was a box office success.

greatest success

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E.g.
  • The greatest success of his career came in 2004.
  • This proved to be the greatest success of his career.
  • APOEL's greatest success in European competitions came on season 2011–12.

success came

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E.g.
  • The chief military success came over Scotland.
  • With success came opportunities for travel.
  • The biggest success came to Sarkar in 1998.

immediate success

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E.g.
  • Taylor writes that "it was an immediate success".
  • Printed in Great Britain, it enjoyed immediate success.
  • Bertelli and the T-formation were an immediate success.

success rate

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E.g.
  • Vijay is a public prosecutor with a high success rate.
  • 37 well tests were completed with a success rate of 76%.
  • However, the success rate is not that high.

considerable success

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E.g.
  • The poem enjoyed considerable success in its day.
  • Hanwei enjoys considerable success among hobbyists (e.g.
  • He had already met with considerable success in Germany and France.

found success

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E.g.
  • Each team found success on special teams as well.
  • The blog eventually found success outside of the Internet.
  • Gradually, various manufacturing firms found success in Cadillac.

initial success

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E.g.
  • Napoleon's initial success sowed the seeds for his downfall.
  • The attack at 03:30 hours on 8 June had little initial success.
  • This initial success did not hold.

more success

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E.g.
  • The German Army had more success with the Jagdpanther.
  • In 1992 McCarthy had more success with the Cork hurlers.
  • They did, however, have more success using other channels.

early success

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E.g.
  • Despite early success, the club folded in 2014.
  • An early success was Electronic Quarterback.
  • However the early success of the group proved to be short-lived.

achieved success

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E.g.
  • Soon he achieved success on the radio station X.E.B.
  • Lively first achieved success with children's fiction.
  • He achieved success by his time with Rap-A-Lot Records.

not a success

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E.g.
  • The album was not a success in the United States.
  • However the YB-40 was not a success in combat.
  • The film was not a success at the box office.

first success

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E.g.
  • It was Phelan's first success with London.
  • This was Lonsdale's first success.
  • CANDU's first success was the sale of early CANDU designs to India.

biggest success

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The biggest success came to Sarkar in 1998.
  • The lead single brought her the biggest success of her career.
  • which later proved to be the biggest success in Nepali Movie history.

success led

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E.g.
  • Its success led her to tour Latin America and Europe.
  • The success led to more novels in the Claudine series.
  • Its success led to a production on Broadway.

mainstream success

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E.g.
  • The band existed for almost a decade before mainstream success.
  • The song enjoyed mainstream success as well as remixes by popular artists.
  • In early 1990, they released "Violator", an international mainstream success.

success during

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • They achieved moderate success during their career.
  • Pratt stayed alone on the island and had success during his first year.
  • American Christian boy band Plus One also enjoyed brief remarkable success during this time.

enjoyed success

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Mandra enjoyed success in Greece, he netted 6 goals in 23 matches.
  • The riders also enjoyed success on the individual stages of the race.
  • Connolly first enjoyed success with Castlegar in the underage grades.

big success

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E.g.
  • It was a big success in the competition community.
  • He is a big success, teamed with songstress Anita.
  • 's big success when they finally debuted in 2004.

lack of success

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E.g.
  • He blames God (Amitabh Bachchan) for this lack of success.
  • So was his usual lack of success.
  • Hughes would have a similar lack of success at other state Labor organisations.

no success

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E.g.
  • Phalke tried raising more capital with no success.
  • She moved to Japan for 1989 but still had no success.
  • He tried to heal it for a year with no success.

following the success

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E.g.
  • The league was formed following the success of the AWL.
  • It was produced following the success of "Wok of Life".
  • The album was released on November 10, 1998, following the success of their debut album.

success when

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E.g.
  • 's big success when they finally debuted in 2004.
  • The TRC was a success when analyzed by its mandate and final report.
  • Wall first tasted hurling success when he was a student at Thurles CBS.

greater success

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E.g.
  • He had greater success in 1907 entering an 18 H.P.
  • She's just poised for even greater success."
  • He soon found himself achieving greater success in poker than in writing.

reproductive success

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E.g.
  • Thus these bulls have more reproductive success.
  • With the help of this law their reproductive success has gone up over the years.
  • Despite senescence, birds that reach very old age have the highest life-time reproductive success.

instant success

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The song became an instant success for him.
  • "Cao cao, maní picao" was an instant success, a "bombshell".
  • and was an instant success, selling 443,000 copies that week.

success against

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E.g.
  • North of the pike, Davis gained a temporary success against Brig.
  • The Me 262, however, had moderate success against the B-17 late in the war.
  • They had good success against the rebels, capturing and executing several leaders.

academic success

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E.g.
  • There is some ambiguity as to Archer's academic success.
  • The organization’s participants have met with academic success as well.
  • Although the institution had become an academic success it remained financially unviable.

modest success

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E.g.
  • The song was also a modest success in Oceania.
  • She later had modest success as a broodmare.
  • Retired to stud, Cavan met with modest success as a sire.

popular success

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E.g.
  • The concerto was Elgar's last great popular success.
  • The film was released in May 2014 to popular success.
  • The work was a popular success.

achieve success

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E.g.
  • Fittipaldi went on to achieve success in IndyCar.
  • Leo can behave in an underhanded manner to achieve success.
  • I had my survival [sic] guilt when I started to achieve success.

economic success

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • However, it was never an economic success.
  • The economic success of the Hoa ‌inflamed local Kinh resentment and hostility.
  • It describes the difference in the economic success of nations in post World War II Europe.

s success

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E.g.
  • The game’s success prompted the development of a sequel.
  • Ryo then proclaims that teamwork is the key to Kyokugen’s success.
  • "s success would be the foundation for the launch of a sister comic.

continued success

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E.g.
  • This was largely due to the continued success of the Immigration Act 1987.
  • This accounts for Urlus' continued success in a role as lyrical as Tamino.
  • With continued success in New Zealand Fast Crew entered Australia with "I Got" reaching No.

success story

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The program and Olive Garden success story were widely ridiculed.
  • None of this happened to Oprah – she is a straight ahead success story.
  • In January 2019, the catch basins were called a "success story of sorts".

significant success

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E.g.
  • The attempt did not meet with any significant success.
  • Misawa would have significant success in amateur wrestling.
  • The fast and significant success took the company to nearly 5,000 employees at one point.

notable success

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E.g.
  • One notable success "Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi".
  • Amer achieved notable success after the show.
  • President Rouhani congratulated Mirzakhani for this notable success.

became a success

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E.g.
  • His debut album also became a success, making No.
  • "De Luizenmoeder" became a success unexpectedly.
  • Quickly the music became a success in Brazil.

success continued

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E.g.
  • with Regis and Kathie Lee" and the success continued.
  • His success continued with his move to Ethiopia Insurance F.C.
  • Murphy's success continued in 1924.

ratings success

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E.g.
  • WKPE enjoyed ratings success throughout the 1980s.
  • The series was not a ratings success and was cancelled.
  • The revival was not a ratings success and only lasted one series.

further success

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E.g.
  • Kawauchi achieved further success in 2013.
  • Daly's returned to musical comedies but found little further success.
  • Wall retired from club hurling shortly afterwards without any further success.

minor success

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E.g.
  • The former was a minor success, charting at No.
  • "Mister Mister" was a minor success in the Netherlands.
  • Acts from the first half of the decade continued with minor success, and no new big acts appeared.

mixed success

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E.g.
  • (...) A mixed success" ("Télé 2 Semaines").
  • These experiments met with mixed success.
  • A mixed success from the masterful tenor.

level of success

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E.g.
  • OPS is also useful when determining a pitcher's level of success.
  • One True Voice, the winning male group, had a very different level of success.
  • For Giersing, the 1920s did not bring the level of success he might have hoped for.

tremendous success

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Cornell wrestling saw tremendous success under Barker.
  • It was a tremendous success worldwide.
  • It proved to be a tremendous success.

first major success

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E.g.
  • It was the first major success of Soviet pop music in the West.
  • Marsh's first major success for his royal patron came with Persimmon.
  • Her first major success was "Point of View" as part of the group DB Boulevard.

enormous success

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E.g.
  • Commercially, Phillips' memoir became an enormous success.
  • Mahler put her on a contract and she soon experienced enormous success.
  • Owing to its enormous success, it remains in service to the present day.

less success

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E.g.
  • The team had less success on the tour the next season.
  • Again Klussmann came to the rescue, but with less success.
  • A second single, "When You Walk in the Room", was released but met with less success.

degrees of success

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E.g.
  • They have had varying degrees of success.
  • Herbert had written three novels, with varying degrees of success.
  • Minor league soccer has seen varying degrees of success in Orlando.

worldwide success

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E.g.
  • Jonasson's first novel has achieved worldwide success.
  • "Another One Bites The Dust" was a worldwide success reaching No.
  • Tergui music is sung in Tuareg languages generally, Tinariwen had a worldwide success.

relative success

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E.g.
  • She had relative success in his event preparing for the US Open.
  • After a period of relative success, Hiddink left Anzhi in July 2013.
  • In many cases, it was these differences that accounted for the pitchers' relative success.

massive success

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E.g.
  • His first foray into film production was a massive success.
  • In 1958, "They Don't Wear Black-Tie", written by Guarneri was a massive success.
  • The Spartamet entered the market in 1986, and turned out to be a massive success.

recent success

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E.g.
  • A recent success in the Irish arena has been Crystal Swing.
  • This was in spite of the recent success of their single "All I Want Is You".
  • Dnipro's recent success in the first half of the 2000s is mostly attributed to his coaching as well.

chance of success

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E.g.
  • This greatly increases the interceptor's chance of success and survival.
  • Spells can be cast before or between battles that will help to increase the chance of success.
  • Barnard stated to Washkansky and his wife Ann Washkansky that the transplant had an 80% chance of success.

considered a success

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E.g.
  • The seven-hour flight test was considered a success.
  • It was considered a success among Palestinians.
  • The operation was considered a success and the U.S. claimed 2,658 VC killed.

success or failure

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E.g.
  • "CoC" uses percentile dice (with a results ranging from 1 to 100) to determine success or failure.
  • The team believed the "coolness" of the Progenitor aliens would determine the success or failure of "Alien Crossfire".
  • Of chief importance is the contribution of labor to the success or failure of mankind's endeavors, agricultural or otherwise.

student success

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E.g.
  • Dr. Mann established elaborate student support services that increased student success and reduced attrition.
  • A second and more recent area of Loeb's research studies the role of principals with regard to school and student success.
  • Get Schooled is one of the few national education organizations focusing on school attendance as a driver of student success.

s success

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The game’s success prompted the development of a sequel.
  • Ryo then proclaims that teamwork is the key to Kyokugen’s success.
  • The SFMTA decided to renew the program in response to the pilot program’s success.

without much success

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • There he worked as an oil explorer and saloon owner without much success.
  • (He had previously played it in 1946 at the Old Vic, without much success.)
  • Lyngstad released several schlager style singles on EMI without much success.

find success

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E.g.
  • The title track would find success for a third time after its release.
  • Since resuming operations in 1999, the Browns have struggled to find success.
  • "Ooh Ooh" was released as a promotional single, but also failed to find success.

similar success

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E.g.
  • In Austria, it achieved similar success debuting at no.
  • Glenavon did not enjoy similar success in the 2016–17 season.
  • The "Jak and Daxter" games met similar success as the "Crash Bandicoot" games.

success stories

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E.g.
  • This has been noted on the EPA website as one of its success stories.
  • 'Mas Cal Demoura is one of the intriguing success stories of modern Languedoc wine.
  • The city considers it one of its success stories and uses it as an template for other projects.

success through

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E.g.
  • Amazon has also seen great success through its customer proposition.
  • They gain a certain degree of success through their personal efforts and struggle.
  • In the film, the Kaiser achieves military success through an infernal pact with Satan.

electoral success

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E.g.
  • It marks the high-water mark of the Stockholm Party's electoral success.
  • Presently, it is difficult for other parties to achieve electoral success.
  • The BNP long considered the mainstream media to be one of its major impediments to electoral success.

same success

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E.g.
  • However, their 500 cc Grand Prix bikes failed to attain the same success.
  • The follow-up singles, "Love on My Mind" and "Tonight", did not achieve the same success.
  • These new characters, named Tacañones (), would not reach the same success Don Cicuta had.

military success

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E.g.
  • The chief military success came over Scotland.
  • Despite his military success, however, Ran's regime was toppled in 353 CE.
  • In the film, the Kaiser achieves military success through an infernal pact with Satan.

success throughout

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • WKPE enjoyed ratings success throughout the 1980s.
  • The song was a success throughout Latin America and parts of Europe.
  • The group soon became an overnight success throughout much of Europe.

such a success

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E.g.
  • It was such a success that the brothers build a second elevator in 1884.
  • The loan became such a success for both club and Kim, that they decided to make it a permanent move.
  • It was intended only to run for a short season, but it was such a success that its run was extended.

major commercial success

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E.g.
  • "Troublemaker" was a major commercial success.
  • "Commissioner" was a major commercial success.
  • "Ann and Eve" was a major commercial success.

enjoyed some success

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E.g.
  • It enjoyed some success on Disney Channel and Radio Disney.
  • The Cameroonian Army enjoyed some success in weeding out separatist camps.
  • Many books have been published in this series, which enjoyed some success.

enjoyed much success

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E.g.
  • Smyth played his club hurling with Ruan and enjoyed much success.
  • After leaving Windsor, Cruttwell enjoyed much success as a freelance director.
  • Tennyson plays his club hurling with Carrickshock and has enjoyed much success.

enjoyed great success

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • After World War II, Essendon enjoyed great success.
  • This enjoyed great success worldwide until 1914.
  • The album enjoyed great success in North America upon release.

achieved great success

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E.g.
  • The group achieved great success globally and scored a chain of No.
  • New York achieved great success after acquiring Ruth and several other very good players.
  • It achieved great success in Belgium (Wallonia) where it topped the chart, and in France.

most success

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E.g.
  • Dr Williams has most success with the Book of Revelation.
  • It has had the most success in women's events and in field events.
  • She has released 6 albums and has enjoyed most success singing in Chinese in China.

resounding success

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E.g.
  • She wrote that the book "was a resounding success.
  • "L'estro armonico" was a resounding success all over Europe.
  • The season proved to be a resounding success for both Zabransky and Boise State.

future success

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E.g.
  • The lack of education in these areas lowers the chances of future success for local students.
  • "A New Abolition" only continues to help solidify this sole purpose and the band’s future success."
  • In contrast, Sony were concerned Carey, their best-selling act, could jeopardize her future success through her actions.

success rates

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E.g.
  • Gender selection success rates for IVF/PGD are very high.
  • Various types of agents are used, with varying success rates and side effects.
  • The usual first-line therapy is oral tetracyclines with variable success rates.

achieving success

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E.g.
  • Bad Lucc has started achieving success as a solo artist.
  • Star Academy 4 covered the song in 2004, achieving success.
  • Kistemaeckers became a French citizen in 1900 after achieving success in Paris.

complete success

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E.g.
  • The battle was a complete success for the Allies.
  • The experiment resulted in complete success.
  • The mission concluded on March 13 and was a complete success.

unexpected success

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E.g.
  • This unexpected success stoked fears and imaginations around the world.
  • Written in one afternoon, the song turned out to be an unexpected success.
  • The release of "The Fantastic Four" #1 (Nov. 1961) was an unexpected success.

sales success

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E.g.
  • The EP was a regional sales success, reaching No.
  • The album found considerable sales success.
  • While there was no doubt about WHN’s programming success, sales success was not as clear.

success due

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E.g.
  • The School mapped its way to success due to its strong regional influence and significant international ties.
  • It also has a display of gaming systems that never had success due to a superior competitor or change in technology.
  • Thot first tried to start a modelling career in Melbourne, where she found little success due to her darker complexion.

met with success

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E.g.
  • Again the Afro Celt Sound System met with success.
  • All three met with success, Nicks being the most popular.
  • Several more tests were made, none of which met with success.
E.g.
  • The band's 1999 release "Mobile Estates" received moderate commercial success.
  • This severely limited its revenue, although it achieved moderate commercial success in Europe.
  • Although discontinued after Commodore's demise it met with moderate commercial success in Europe.

national success

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E.g.
  • Wesleyan students have also enjoyed national success.
  • The duo experienced moderate national success upon the release of their lone full-length album.
  • The band received national success beginning in 1973 while opening for The Who on their "Quadrophenia" tour.

degree of success

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E.g.
  • They gain a certain degree of success through their personal efforts and struggle.
  • However ghost cities in China have had an under-reported degree of success in filling up.
  • This leads her to try to drive a wedge between Haruhi and Tamaki, with some degree of success.
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