psychological moment

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the most appropriate time for achieving a desired effect

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This is the psychological moment to set your friends to work.
The psychological Moment," Councillor Mikulin insisted softly--very gravely--as if awed.
He knew the precise psychological moment when to say nothing.
It was expedient to hold a large reserve and wait for the psychological moment that was being prepared by the shrieking shrapnel.
His unique services to the Mussalmans and to India entitle him to the respect and admiration of all patriotic Indians; and so far as the Muslims are concerned, his contribution, at this psychological moment, has deservedly earned him the title of Quaid-i-Azam.
There is no doubt that this is a huge psychological moment for Iraq too.
That was a big psychological moment in the match and I feel Wales would have been better off sticking with Samson Lee.
But at the right psychological moment, I always got him with a straight quick low one and I appealed arrogantly and confidently - and he was out.
However, the psychological moment and the shortage of fresh capital are still in the way of genuine invigoration of the Macedonian stock market.
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