This venture, unaided and alone, into the paths of farming as master and not as man, with an advance of sheep not yet paid for, was a critical juncture with Gabriel Oak, and he recognised his position clearly.
Deriving his idiosyncrasies from both sides of the Channel, he showed at such junctures as the present the inelasticity of the Englishman, together with that blindness to the line where sentiment verges on mawkishness, characteristic of the French.
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She nuzzled her way into the juncture of his collarbone and shoulder.
Cassandra Clare -- City of Heavenly Fire
And moving was a very good idea at that juncture of the battle.