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- n. Plural form of crossroad.
- n. A place where one road crosses another; an intersection of two or more roads.
- n. A centrally located position
- n. A decision point; a turning point or opportunity to change direction, course, or goal.
- n. A fork in the road.
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- n. a crisis situation or point in time when a critical decision must be made
- n. a point where a choice must be made
- n. a community of people smaller than a village
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But I will say about the Buckingham corpse that a crossroads is a pretty strange place to ditch a body.
He says that the extent of talks hold much promise in bringing peace to what he calls the crossroads of Europe.
So I went back to the main crossroads of Cavendish, paid $4, and walked the short distance to the farm where Montgomery was raised, and where she wrote Anne.
What is the choice that they really face at this midterm crossroads?
BRYANT: Now, with both fan and celebrity reaction to the verdict, we turn again to SHOWBIZ TONIGHT ` s David Haffenreffer who is live in New York Times Square, which is often called the crossroads of the world.
There are certain crossroads throughout the season that make or break your year.
I remember receiving a message that a certain crossroads had been blown up and the message neglected to state that it was only a training message.
The Prime Minister said the economy was at a "crossroads" - both internationally and in the UK - and promised that the Government would be "swift and unwavering" in its actions to protect the recovery.
As the stress mounts and Carol finds herself less and less sure about what she’s doing or why, a crossroads is reached and a decision is made – a decision that will change the course of Ms. Marvel’s life – and possibly the Marvel Universe!
"Our company has a global reach," Stanaszek says from her tiny office at the main crossroads in Koniakow’s sister village Istebna, a smattering of wooden houses lining the road that snakes along the mountain’s crest.