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Example sentences for climax

The climax species take much longer to recover, but it is the climax species that produce the stable ecosystem.
While the rest of the world was watching the scene in the square, the colonel who authorized its climax was blind to the event.
Another much-wrestled-with aspect was the emotional climax.
As the story unspools he plants three tantalizing details that point it toward a melodramatic climax.
Ménage gave me great idea for the climax of the movie.
The film's climax is a crescendo of mortal suspense that also includes elements of farce.
And the tournament game that forms the climax is a dilly, even though it is contrived.
Their climax is a bit overdrawn and there are a few vague spots along the way.

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