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  • The major stock indexes indicate that the market may be at a crossroads.
  • We certainly seem to be at a crossroads situation,
  • The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention might not be at a crossroads.
  • At this point, Binoche seemed to be at a crossroads in her career.
  • Right now, the Internet appears to be at a crossroads as more people flock to it.
  • Panetta acknowledged that he will be at a crossroads when he leaves Washington after Clinton's inauguration.
  • Ms . Wohl's enthusiasm notwithstanding, telecommuting programs appear to be at a crossroads for many workers.
  • Ruehe said Russia seemed to be at a crossroads over whether it would define its future through internal reform or outward expansion.
  • While it seems we've been buried in teen movies for the past year and a half, the cycle may be at a crossroads.
  • "We seem to be at a crossroads, " said Sanusha Naidu, a political scientist at the University of Durban-Westville.
  • But after her recent breakdown, a mixed response to her new album and poor advance word on her new movie, her career appears to be at a crossroads.
  • After February's dismal sales results, GM seems to be at a crossroads of sorts, having watched its market share slip below the psychological barrier of 30 percent.
  • While there were one-time factors behind some of the market moves, especially in the currency market, analysts say the markets as a whole may be at a crossroads.
  • Ocean Spray and the industry it dominates may be at a crossroads, but Llewellyn can look forward and say, " I'm extraordinarily bullish on cranberries ."
  • Hollywood Reporter TV critic Ray Richmond sums it up : " Fox would seem to be at a crossroads, needing to decide whether it wants to be animal, vegetable or mineral.
  • More broadly, the 650, 000 ethnic Koreans in Japan _ by far Japan's largest minority _ seem to be at a crossroads and increasingly to be choosing the Japanese path rather than the Korean path.
  • "In 2005 we will be at a crossroad, " Chung said in a speech at Peking University . " We can either find a breakthrough in resolving the matter or we can face a crisis situation ."
  • But the computer industry is widely believed to now be at a crossroads because the Internet has opened the possibility of extending computing to many new applications, including everything from television set-top boxes to navigational systems for cars.
  • Whitaker says, " and they can be told to the end of time _ the ones in which you take an ordinary person, put them into some extraordinary situation and have them be at a crossroads with a decision to make.
  • Despite the huge success of " Cach?", other high-profile films such as " In My Country ", " Bee Season " and " Breaking and Entering " failed critically and commercially, Binoche seemed to be at a crossroads in her career.