turning point


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*turning point

Fig. a time when things may change; a point at which a change of course is possible or desirable. (Originally nautical. Fig. on the image of a ship approaching a point where a change of course has been planned. (*Typically: be at ~; come to ~; reach ~.) Things are at to a turning point. Bob can no longer afford the payments on his car. I think we have come to a turning point and there ought to be some improvement henceforth.
See also: point, turning
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Such forward-looking statements include statements regarding, among other things, the efficacy, safety and therapeutic potential of Turning Point Therapeutics' drug candidates, repotrectinib, TPX-0022 and TPX-0046, the results, conduct, progress and timing of Turning Point Therapeutics' development programs and clinical trials including the Phase 1/2 TRIDENT-1 clinical study and the Phase 1 clinical study of TPX-0022, plans regarding future clinical trials, the regulatory approval path for repotrectinib, the strength of Turning Point Therapeutics' balance sheet and the adequacy of cash on hand.
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San Diego, CA, September 30, 2016 --(PR.com)-- The Turning Point Pregnancy Resource Center (TPPRC), a non-profit pregnancy medical clinic in San Diego, recently announced the details for their upcoming annual fall banquet.
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ONE of Turning Point's learning disability services - The Cedars in Bulkington - recently held a bake-off attended by local MP Mark Pawsey and Councillor Jill Sheppard, Mayor of Nuneaton and Bedworth.
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