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  • KERR: And this is Lassie and Juncture, which is this one here.

    CNN Transcript Dec 16, 2009

  • The U.S. is at a Critical Juncture yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = 'The U.S. is at a Critical Juncture'; yahooBuzzArticleSummary = 'Article: The U.S. is at a critical Juncture in its history.

    The U.S. is at a Critical Juncture

  • The Selected Juncture is almost like a moving picture, rather than a fully enabling moment where you could move around and really do some serious interaction with your former self.

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  • So once I figured out I didn't want to be in my six year old Selected Juncture, or any other Selected Junctures like it, I started to actually make a list.

    Inventory

  • They came to the lab one night, after I had been to a particular Selected Juncture.

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  •   They weren't my present antics, but a transformation of my antics in the Selected Juncture into the present.

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  • When my lab supervisor arrived, I was already back from the Selected Juncture, but I think it was too late; he started shouting at me about abuse of my lab privileges, and started to really get in my face about what had happened.

    Inventory

  •    So the moment I arrived back in that time - in my documentation, I call these periods the Selected Juncture - I hardly knew exactly what I was experiencing.

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  •   Every time I looked around, tried to feel out what this Selected Juncture actually meant, everything reminded me of all of those feelings once again.

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  • Husband: For I was so chagrin'd with this Adventure, that Lewdness became nauceous to me; and I believe, there are few Husbands so abandoned, but a sweet − tempered Woman might find an Interval to reclaim: But I was not so happy in this Juncture.

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