The hotel being on the edge of a fashionable neighbourhood, the price of the few square feet she was to occupy was considerably in excess of her means; but she found a justification for her dislike of poorer quarters in the argument that, at this particular juncture, it was of the utmost importance to keep up a show of prosperity.
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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.