suc-

suc-

var. of sub- before c: succeed.
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He had disappointed me twice, be- cause he did not come quite close enough to me to make my project entirely safe; but this time I suc- ceeded; I captured the lower clasp of the three, and when he missed it he thought he had lost it on the way.
"We shall have to light fires to keep them away, if we can suc- ceed.
The effort he had made to extend his land holdings had been suc- cessful and there were few farms in the valley that did not belong to him, but until David came he was a bitterly disappointed man.
During all the inter- vening time my mental condition had been a hurrying suc- cession of vague emotional states or a sort of stupid recep- tivity.
It was inconceivable how he had existed, how he had suc- ceeded in getting so far, how he had managed to remain --why he did not instantly disappear.
The suc- cessful agency or agencies are expected to work on a new stra- pline for the bank, which is yet to settle on a global strategy after deciding to scrap 'the world's local bank'.
He will collect his award at Coventry Cath- edral along with hundreds of suc- cessful students from Coventry University's School of Art and Design.
"In our business, our people truly make the difference so we have long established that the happiness of our teams at work is a key KPI and suc- cess factor," said Elie Khouri, CEO of OMG MENA."Hav- ing our processes, policies and performance as an employer independently validated and ranked highly is a massive en- dorsement of the work we've produced collectively over the years."