crucial

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Orley slapped his card down; it was a crucial card, the jack.

But at any rate, no one will deny that interest is the crucial matter.

What names will afford the most crucial test of natural fitness?

Mrs. Winthrop helped him by her entrance at this crucial point.

The following and last experiment that I tried on this occasion was the most crucial.

I now come to what I consider the crucial point in the whole story.

At this crucial moment, Pickering and Griswold sought out Burr as an ally.

This was the crucial moment in the history of the merchant's son.

His removal to London was one of the crucial events in the life of Marx.

The two were not idle, but in the crucial moment turned the scale.

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