conjuncture conjuncture


  • (n) a critical combination of events or circumstances


  • Real Salt Lake: RSL returns home again in search of big goal

    Back here again. At the most critical conjuncture of the season, Real Salt Lake prepares for the second leg of the Western Conference semifinals against the L.A. Galaxy needing a goal to equalize and keep the 2013 campaign afloat. RSL returns to Rio Tinto Stadium on Thursday down a goal, playing the second round of a two-match series in front of home fans, and having possibly worked their ...
    on November 5, 2013     Source: The Salt Lake Tribune

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  1. "Your visit demonstrates special strategic relations of partnership between Russia and India, which are not prone to conjuncture and change of political seasons," Medvedev said at the start of the delegation-level talks with Patil, who is here...
    on Sep 3, 2009 By: Dmitry Medvedev Source: Press Trust of India

  2. "If Turkey cannot transform risks into opportunities within the framework of today's conjuncture, next generations would pay the price," Gul said.
    on Apr 23, 2008 By: Abdullah Gul Source: New Anatolian

  3. "As well as remaining attentive to the current unfavourable international conjuncture, we have been managing our fiscal and monetary policies in a cautious and prudent manner, so as to minimize the impact of external shocks, and conserve the gains...
    on Dec 12, 2008 By: Armando Guebuza Source:

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