Crossroads is a goldmine of old records.
But the country is still at a crossroads.
Chamber of Commerce and American Crossroads, spent approximately $140 million dollars.
I came into the road between the crossroads and Horsell, and ran along this to the crossroads.
He noted that “Crossroads uses McCarthy because he’s one of the very best media guys out there.”
Kansas City’s finest roaster branched out with a coffeeshop in 2014 in the East Crossroads neighborhood.
For Clem, Crossroads matters because he was present for Russ’s humiliation and promptly lost all respect for him.
Given the psychological importance of the $10 price target, we can easily tell that Plug is at a technical crossroads.
The super PAC Rove helped start, American Crossroads, is taking the president's side this cycle after sitting out the 2016 race.
John Kasich, the former governor of Ohio, stood at a grassy crossroads to explain that the country was at a crossroads.
New Jersey’s greatest natural resource is its location, which has made the state a crossroads of commerce and an ideal area for manufacturing.
According to America’s Department of Transportation, replacing crossroads with roundabouts leads to a 35% fall in crashes, a 76% fall in injuries and a 90% fall in deaths.
Students tested the robots in three scenarios — an offensive maneuver at a crossroads, a defensive one during both the day and the night, and finally an urban-combat scenario.
Eventually, the panic over Crossroads prompted William Blandy, the vice-admiral in charge of orchestrating the tests, to release one of the more memorable official denials in modern history:
In the end, the ostensibly good acts in “Crossroads” are only slightly less disastrous than the overtly bad ones, and virtue seems less like a living possibility than like a trap or a phantasm.
That service trip, which takes place during spring break, advances the time line of “Crossroads” from Advent to Eastertide, and propels the Hildebrandts from mere dysfunction to outright disaster.
During the 2010 campaign, Karl Rove pioneered the partisan exploitation of Citizens United by directing Republican donors to American Crossroads and American Crossroads GPS, his largely unregulated political operations.
On Monday, Russian air units were supporting Syrian military units attempting to recapture the strategic crossroads of Saraqeb from the rebels, but they appeared to only be targeting Syrian rebels backed by Turkey, rather than Turkish forces directly.
Law went on to run a cluster of outside money groups, including the Senate Leadership Fund, One Nation, American Crossroads, and Crossroads GPS, which have collectively given millions of dollars to the Senate campaigns of McConnell and other Republicans.
It said historically-significant churches should be maintained by "friends" groups, while buildings at a "crossroads" - such as those with a "dispersed congregation" or a local population which does not "relate to the church" - should face "closure, sale, demolition or radical new uses".
- a community of people smaller than a village
- a crisis situation or point in time when a critical decision must be made
- a point where a choice must be made
Example: Freud's work stands at the crossroads between psychology and neurology
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