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“Lieutenant General Ricardo Sanchez, the commanding general in Iraq, remembers that Fallujah was a turning point.”
“Reagan would later admit that his failure to appoint Baker was a turning point for his administrationbut the recognition would come too late.”
“Instead he diverted them east, then north, looping around Tula in an effort to reach the Serpukhov railroad — a turning movement through an arc of 120 degrees.”
“It came to a culmination of sorts—or at least to a turning point—in a dense little volume titled The Theory of Island Biogeography, published in 1967.”
“Arthur had passed the village of Hayslope and was approaching the Broxton side of the hill, when, at a turning in the road, he saw a figure about a hundred yards before him which it was impossible to mistake for any one else than Adam Bede, even if there had been no grey, tailless shepherd-dog at his heels.”
“It has stood perhaps by the clustering apple-blossoms, or in the broad sunshine by the cornfield, or at a turning by the wood where”
“Dunrobin will always be dearer to me now, and I have felt towards you and the duke a turning of spirit, because I remember how kindly you always looked on and spoke to him.”
“But Rhoney recalled that a turning point came when it began to dawn on management how much UPS itself was benefiting from the power of the Web and the data it provided.”
“No wonder that, not-withstanding his desire to get on, he could not help pausing to look at a curious large beech which he had seen standing before him at a turning in the road, and convince himself that it was not two trees wedded together, but only one.”
“Really a vacant half-lot, gravel surface, unfenced, colonized by cars into a turning loop, recolonized by dealers into a drive-through facility.”
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