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Many of the questions he propounded to the Junto had a scientific bearing.

The "Junto" appears to have been copied in England, half a century after this period.

Is there any man whose friendship you want, and which the Junto, or any of them, can procure for you?

By this junto, which met privately at Drury-house, the plot was matured.

The explanation of course is the selfishness or corruption of the great Whig junto.

The designs of the junto, however, were concealed as carefully as possible.

Where else was there so soon a society—a junto—devoted to learning?

I do not quite like your absenting yourself from that good old club, the Junto.

Franklin was never more eclectic than when founding the Junto.

Junto: a body of men secretly united to gain some political end.

WORD ORIGIN

1640s, erroneous formation of junta on model of Spanish nouns ending in -o.

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