Then five more dates have been set, culminating in what could be a verdict by the end of November.
Instead, the two sides sought other ways to demonstrate their power, culminating in the race to the moon.
What followed, instead, was a year of inaction, culminating in a government shutdown and a stand-off over the fiscal cliff.
The project continued for two years, culminating in an exhibition of photographs called Heads at Pace/MacGill Gallery.
His drug problems started more than two decades ago, culminating in a stint in rehab in 1990.
And yet, even the rise of the bankers is not the only or the surest indication that centralization is culminating.
And then Mr. Gollop sat up and grinned with the culminating joy of the morning!
The seizure of Briseis, his special "mead of honour," is only the last straw, the culminating insult.
This was the culminating point of anxiety with their friends.
Beyond, the immense upward sweep of golden dunes, culminating in the Great Pyramid itself.
1640s, from Late Latin culminatus past participle of culminare "to top, to crown," from Latin culmen (genitive culminis) "top, peak, summit, roof, gable," also used figuratively, contraction of columen (see column). Related: Culminated; culminating.