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“Had the all-merciful God in his providence crossed his path at this opportune moment to save him?”
“I thought this was the opportune moment to nominate Ralph Winter, then sitting on the Second Circuit, to the Supreme Court, and there was a fierce debate at Justice about what to do.”
“Letting the TOWs make the best of their opportunities against armour from positions based on the village and the copse, and the Blowpipes, every now and then, to loose off at enemy helicopters which dared to fly too impudently, Major Groves concentrated upon the conservation of his tanks and selection of the most opportune moment for their intervention in the battle.”
“Also, in this way it will seem as though I sent you away, hurrying you back to your proper business. â âYes, Master, â she said. âTuck the note in your tunic, â I said. âDeliver it when the opportune moment arises. â âYes, Master, â she said.”
“And as a capsheaf to it all, the painter must choose an opportune moment and present his beautiful carriage and horses to the King, for the belief was rife that the King of Spain was really more horsey than artistic.”
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