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This is an opportune time for Dončić to show he has what it takes to get the young, new-look Mavs where they want to be — if not now, soon.
Dixie, a bluetick coonhound, just cannot shut up at the least opportune times.
“We’re seeing a lot of marketers rethink media strategies this year and many believe the remaining months are an opportune time to start on TikTok,” said Sam Gormley, founder of digital agency Osaka Labs.
For some entrepreneurs who have had an idea for an agency ticking away, the pandemic has been an opportune moment to do something about it — a sort of now or never moment.
After struggling quite a bit in Game 3, Davis wasn’t overly dominant in Game 4, but his biggest plays came at incredibly opportune moments.
You are very kind, sir,” he said; “my companions and I shall feel deeply indebted to you for this opportune assistance.
HUNTING THE LIONSR.M. BALLANTYNE
For the first time in her life she was self-conscious: I will wait for a more opportune time to tell him, she thought.
THE FIFTH STRING  JOHN PHILIP SOUSA
She felt that the time was opportune to plant the seed of self-control within the young heart.
Certainly nothing could have been more opportune than Uchida's reappearance, or more welcome than his proposed assistance.
THE DRAGON PAINTERMARY MCNEIL FENOLLOSA
At this opportune moment Lieutenant Hale came galloping up with the rear guard.

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