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  • "Straight to the Junction, by the shortest way," he answered, pointing up School House Hill with his whip.
  • To the Junction-in this storm?
  • But the bay was as good as Frome’s word, and we pushed on to the Junction through the wild white scene.
  • I had been sent up by my employers on a job connected with the big power-house at Corbury Junction, and a long-drawn carpenters’ strike had so delayed the work that I found myself anchored at Starkfield-the nearest habitable spot-for the best part of the winter.
  • On my arrival at Starkfield, Denis Eady, the rich Irish grocer, who was the proprietor of Starkfield’s nearest approach to a livery stable, had entered into an agreement to send me over daily to Corbury Flats, where I had to pick up my train for the Junction.
  • Great was her amazement, and that of old Mrs. Varnum, on learning that Ethan Frome’s old horse had carried me to and from Corbury Junction through the worst blizzard of the winter; greater still their surprise when they heard that his master had taken me in for the night.

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  • at the junction of the 10 and 5 freeways
  • the junction of the Ohio and Mississippi rivers

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