Conjuncture sentence example
- The current world situation is the result of a historical conjuncture.
- The keen eye of Aurangzeb saw in this conjuncture of events a favourable opportunity for realising his own ambitious schemes.
- A swing in the economic or political conjuncture suffices for such radicals to lose their bearings.
- This was perhaps, as regards England, the most critical conjuncture in the history of the Reformation, both on this account and on account of the position in which Henry VIII.
- He had recently governed Ireland, at a momentous conjuncture, with eminent firmness, wisdom and humanity; and he had since become secretary of state.Advertisement
- The conjuncture of circumstances, and the immigration it induced, were unusual even for American conditions.
- Policy announcements would then act as a beacon, helping the private sector understand the economic conjuncture.
- But Labor will not be able to avoid this conjuncture forever.
- The Bush administration is seizing advantage of the present conjuncture in order to shift the terms further in the favor of US capitalism " .
- The most important part of the FSR is an assessment of the global conjuncture and potential risks to the UK financial system.Advertisement
- Meanwhile the " Popish Plot," the creation of a band of impostors encouraged by Shaftesbury and the most violent and unscrupulous of the extreme Protestant party in order to exclude James from the throne, had thrown the whole country into a panic. Charles's conduct in this conjuncture was highly characteristic and was marked by his usual cynical selfishness.
- In this conjuncture Defoe had really no friends, for the dissenters were as much alarmed at his book as the high-flyers were irritated.
- It was at this conjuncture that Warren Hastings displayed his political genius and rendered signal service to his country, by succouring from Bengal the defeated Bombay army and negotiating a peace (in 1782) that restored the status quo.
- During the Crimean War Sweden remained neutral, although public opinion was decidedly anti-Russian, and sundry politicians regarded the conjuncture as favourable for regaining Finland.