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Fortunately at this sulky juncture, tea, was brought in, and I fell to upon some bread and butter and cold beef directly.
Just at this juncture, however, down came the rain with the violence that put all thoughts of slumber to flight.
This juncture had arrived, and the household was about to be established.
I must take leave to observe, Sir Walter," said Mr Shepherd one morning at Kellynch Hall, as he laid down the newspaper, "that the present juncture is much in our favour.
But coming as the invitation did at the particular juncture when fear and indignation at these adversaries could be transformed by a spring of the foot into a triumph over them, she abandoned herself to her impulse, climbed the gate, put her toe upon his instep, and scrambled into the saddle behind him.
I stared and stared, and so did the other man, and just at that juncture Sir Henry and Good walked up.
Being Thoroughly Educated, and knowing what is required of a cultured gentleman, at this juncture I stood upright and, placing my hand upon my bosom, made a very polite bow.
He looked at me as he concluded: and the flash of his dark eyes seemed to set my face on fire; greatly to my own discomfiture, for to evince confusion at such a juncture was intolerable.
It was at this juncture that the door opened and a man entered.