Junction [noun]

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It was founded in 1812 at the junction of the Scioto and Olentangy rivers.

It was found afterwards that the rebels meant to fight the two British forces in detail before they could effect a junction.

The upper block was left a little thicker, the junction or root of the neck necessitating this.

Parliament had sanctioned a junction, but not such a junction, the Midland said, as it was proposed to make.

Trieste and Grz were taken; the junction with Marmont was speedily effected, and the combined forces hurried on towards Vienna.

It lay three miles below town, at the junction of the north and south branches of Coldriver.

Manassas was the site of a key railroad junction, an important line of supply and communication.

It would be a mistake to still further complicate matters at this junction, he thought.

To each junction between the “arch” and the thyrohyals, a hypohyal is attached by ligaments to a flat articular surface.

The neck is small and delicate at its junction with the head, but is well expanded in its attachment to the breast and shoulders.