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The Atlantic essay was an inflection point in the career of one of the 20th century’s most remarkable men.
Lonzo’s presence in the league may provide another sharp inflection point in shooting history, 80 years after Sailors stunned the MSG crowd.
Reaching that inflection point has been a saga for UCI.
New technologies such as gene and cell therapies hold out the potential to transform medicine and create an inflection point in our ability to treat and even cure many intractable illnesses.
Auster has always been interested in life's inflection points, those chance events—a wrong number dialed, a wager on the flip of a card—that send a person whose life was running smoothly on one track careening off in some unexpected direction.
Silicon Valley, the greatest wealth-generation machine in the history of the world, is at an inflection point.
But a major inflection point came on August 31, 2014.
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