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tr.v. ac·com·plished, ac·com·plish·ing, ac·com·plish·es
To succeed in doing (a task, for example); carry out or complete. See Synonyms at perform.

[Middle English accomplisshen, from Old French acomplir, acompliss-, to complete : a-, to (from Latin ad-; see ad-) + complir, to complete (from Latin complēre, to fill out; see complete).]

ac·com′plish·a·ble adj.
ac·com′plish·er n.
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God for Life (Holy Spirit): Advocate for Peace and Accomplisher of God's Cosmic Reign
Merry is a more appropriate accomplisher of the task of repairing errors that are caused by avarice and arrogance but that are not direct embodiments of Sauron's metaphysical evil of the sort Frodo has faced in Mordor.
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Bur Burdett was a quiet sufferer, just as he was a quiet accomplisher, and he had, over the years, earned John's admiration.
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symbolization of the deliverer or overcoming the oppressors; inspiration from notable accomplishments under impossible circumstances (the slave considered himself a potential accomplisher in a universe where he had little or no hope but great expectation); and exemplification of the workings of faith and power.
The Witness functions steadily in the present and gradually separates from the doer, the accomplisher, to be the observer, to be 'with' the client.