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juncture
used in Babbitt

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Definition
where things come together — especially a point in time with a critical event
  • What the country needs—just at this present juncture—is neither a college president nor a lot of monkeying with foreign affairs, but a good—sound economical—business—administration, that will give us a chance to have something like a decent turnover.
    Chapter 3 (25% in)

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