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  • Their meeting-point was only a few yards above him.

    All Gold Cañon

  • Their meeting-point was only a few yards above him.

    All Gold Canon

  • This entire compound he divided lengthways into two parts, which he joined to one another at the centre like the letter X, and bent them into a circular form, connecting them with themselves and each other at the point opposite to their original meeting-point; and, comprehending them in a uniform revolution upon the same axis, he made the one the outer and the other the inner circle.

    Think Progress » ThinkFast PM: June 6, 2006

  • He also argues that The Beatles represented a meeting-point between older traditions of patient musical craftmanship, and a modern search for instant gratification which has subsequently led to mechanical and formulaic repetition.

    A book to read - Revolution in the Head

  • For London Catholics, this is a great meeting-point.

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  • This entire compound he divided lengthways into two parts, which he joined to one another at the centre like the letter X, and bent them into a circular form, connecting them with themselves and each other at the point opposite to their original meeting-point; and, comprehending them in a uniform revolution upon the same axis, he made the one the outer and the other the inner circle.

    Timaeus

  • That was her self when some effort, some call on her to be her self, drew the parts together, she alone knew how different, how incompatible and composed so for the world only into one centre, one diamond, one woman who sat in her drawing-room and made a meeting-point

    Mind Wide Open

  • That was her self when some effort, some call on her to be her self, drew the parts together, she alone knew how different, how incompatible and composed so for the world only into one centre, one diamond, one woman who sat in her drawing-room and made a meeting-point

    Mind Wide Open

  • That was her self when some effort, some call on her to be her self, drew the parts together, she alone knew how different, how incompatible and composed so for the world only into one centre, one diamond, one woman who sat in her drawing-room and made a meeting-point

    Mind Wide Open

  • But the meeting-point of those two sensations we had left out there on the mysterious moor!

    The Inn of Tranquillity: Studies and Essays

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