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I'm writing a blog post, and I'm almost done. There's left a summary to write in my last abstract and I want to name it. So I came up with "Final Point", but that doesn't sound. Can you suggest anything? Thnx

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closed as off topic by tchrist, Carlo_R., StoneyB, Kris, Kit Z. Fox Feb 4 '13 at 11:49

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It would help if you would edit your question to tell us exactly what you're trying to express and why Final Point is inadequate. Otherwise, all we can do is guess, which will only get you an answer by accident. – StoneyB Feb 4 '13 at 3:19
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What about an afterword, or simply final word?

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Wrapping up, At the end of the day, To conclude ..., In conclusion, Final thoughts, From the Fountainhead [:-) - genuinely the name of an opinion column by a computer industry shooting-star long ago), It's a wrap, Finally – Russell McMahon Feb 4 '13 at 0:13
thnx alot both :) – Richard Feb 4 '13 at 0:50

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