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2. Body Junctureand about 3 percentat the canardroot chord

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3. Ratio of 3 percent at the wing-body Junctureand 3 percent at the control-surfaceroot chord

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4. The wing sreabetweenthe wing-body Junctureand theMach line from the leadingedgeof the juncture

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5. At roughly this Junctureand for an extended period , the parties attempted to negotiate a settlement, but the ultimately negotiations did not bear fruit

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6. Junctureand to the alteration in fuselageloadingeffectedby the upwash in front of the whg

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9. Alveolaranterior ofridge,the Junctureand sensorof the4 hardjust and soft palates

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10. Let me deviate a little at this Junctureand assert that the KREC library is infinitely better that the IIT Delhi library in terms of the sheer volume of the collection of books, rarity of the collection and also the number of copies of a book

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11. Rail manufacturing sector is at a critical Junctureand the future of , Australia's rail industry will depend on how the industry deals with the many challenges that are ahead

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12. This Junctureand we roll over our valuation base year to CY22F

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14. The cone-cylinder Junctureand the second is due to the increase of the localangle of attack of the leeward side of the cylinder.Both of them: effects increase the spadal growth of the flow asymmetry.

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15. A bifurcated stent as defined in 35 further comprising:PA1 the portion of the second support wire that extends between the Junctureand the modules on the second support wire being formed to enable relativelongitudinal movement between the modules on the second support wire …

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16. Spondto thicknessratiosof 3 percent at the wing-body Junctureand 9 percent at the tip end of the flat-sidedportion

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17. The Indian economy at this Junctureand where I expect the Reserve Bank, and more specifically, the Statistics Department to play a , rather important role

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18. Althoughwe obviously could stipulate, independentlyfor each rule, that its domainincludes one class of Junctureand not another,it is generallypreferable to abstract this informationfrom the formulationof the individualprocesses

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19. Indeed, it's what makes a market, different opinions..some folk will move on at this Junctureand good luck, others will take the opportunity invest £3m in CPX at this level expectingr a return

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20. @MISC{Desarrollo_[Junctureand, author = {Migración Y Desarrollo and Jorge Durand}, title = {[JUNCTURE AND DEBATE] ONCE AGAIN IN SPRING IMMIGRANTS TAKE TO THE STREETS}, year = {}} Share

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21. At this Junctureand with no anticipations of a subsequent connection with the still inconspicuous FFACosta and McCrae made a strong, unwavering, conceptual and research decision to focus their research attention on three broad constructs: Whereas the 'true' number of dimensions of human personality is a metaphysical rather than a scientific

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22. Let me deviate a little at this Junctureand assert that the KREC library is infinitely better that the IIT Delhi library in terms of the sheer volume of the collection of books, rarity of the collection and also the number of copies of a book

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23. Junctureand her own native squeamishness as an old maidthat wrought all the seeming mischief

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24. Indeed, it's what makes a market, different opinions..some folk will move on at this Junctureand good luck, others will take the opportunity invest £3m in CPX at this level expectingr a …

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25. John stuck his head in at this Junctureand invited us both to come up to Mrs

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26. The mountainis a cosmic Junctureand it will be rememberedthat,in Greek thought, the paths of day and night meet at cosmic junctures

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27. At this Junctureand perhapsbefore action loyalty manifests itself, the firm has achieved "product The superiority."

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28. Decorative among the Impressionist circle at this Junctureand it would be likely, given Degas's delight in experimentation with media, that he was involved in such discussions

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29. It depends on so many aspects- the country and its economic Junctureand the artist's renoma

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30. At this Junctureand with no anticipations of a subsequent connection with the still inconspicuous FFACosta and McCrae made a strong, unwavering, conceptual and research decision to focus their research attention on three broad constructs: Whereas the 'true' number of dimensions of human personality is a metaphysical rather than a scientific

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31. So, the non-Brahmin leaders and cadres Congress, must independently come together at least at this Junctureand also involve people of other move to come forward and take up some efforts! In this context, those who are said to be Untouchables must suit agitate or leave the Hindu religion that is the basis of untouchability, or take efforts to

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    What does the name juncture mean?

    1. a point of time, esp. one made critical by a concurrence of circumstances: At this juncture, we must decide whether to continue negotiations. 2. a serious state of affairs; crisis. 3. the line or point at which two bodies are joined; joint or articulation; seam.

    What is another word for juncture?

    juncture, occasion(noun) an event that occurs at a critical time. "at such junctures he always had an impulse to leave"; "it was needed only on special occasions". Synonyms: social function, joint, affair, function, junction, social occasion, articulation, crossroads, critical point, join, occasion.

    What is juncture in speech?

    Juncture, in linguistics, is the manner of moving (transition) between two successive syllables in speech. An important type of juncture is the suprasegmental phonemic cue by means of which a listener can distinguish between two otherwise identical sequences of sounds that have different meanings.

    What is the plural of juncture?

    juncture (plural junctures) A place where things join, a junction. A critical moment in time. quotations ▼ We're at a crucial juncture in our relationship.

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