Examples of junction in a Sentence
a junction of nerves and muscle
the junction of Route 12 and Route 87
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Turn left and then climb to a junction with the McNears Fire Trail.
Directions to Cohen Woodlands: Only minutes from Colchester's Town Green, travel on South Main Street to the junction of routes 85 and 354.
Snow has also closed Highway 89 from Lassen National Park’s southern boundary to the Highway 44/Lassen Loop junction, as well as Highway 108 from 26 miles east of Strawberry to Sonora Pass.
Near the cistern is the junction with the Homestead Trail.
The existing system includes 170 linear feet of pipe, two headwalls, one junction box and two curb inlets.
Michael Cromartie, who shepherded a generation of journalists toward more informed coverage of religion’s evolving junction with politics and public policy, died on Monday at his home in Arlington, Va.
The circle stands at the six-way junction of Milwaukee, Kedzie, and Logan/Wrightwood, just southeast of the Blue Line's Logan Square station.
It is located at the junction of Broadway, Telegraph Avenue and 20th Street, across from the 19th Street BART station, in an area Oakland has dubbed Uptown and has been promoting as a hub for arts and culture.
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Synonymsconnection, coupling, join, joining, jointure, joint, juncture
Antonymsbreakup, disconnection, dissolution, disunion, division, parting, partition, schism, scission, split
Related Wordslink, nexus, tie; interconnection, intersection; abutment, articulation, attachment; seam, suture; concourse, confluence, meeting; union
Near Antonymscleft, crack, crevice, fissure, gap, rift, separation
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