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Synonyms for Crux

crucial point


Synonyms for Crux

a small conspicuous constellation in the southern hemisphere in the Milky Way near Centaurus

the most important point

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Based in Las Cruces, NM, Las Cruces M&S opened its doors in 1962.
(Over the course of the exhibition, more artists added small works with magnets.) Inside the refrigerator, meanwhile, Cruces kept more of his two- and three-dimensional still lifes fresh.
Officials met last week with representatives of Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNSF) Railway Co., and Las Cruces Mayor Ken Miyagishima came away with two definite opinions: The cost to start commuter rail service won't come cheap; and, he's excited the service has the potential to become a reality.
According to Frontier, all Las Cruces employees will be able to apply for open positions at other locations within the company and those who relocate will be provided with moving assistance.
Inmet Mining Corporation (TSX:IMN), a Canada-based global mining company that produces copper, zinc and gold in Turkey, Finland, and Canada, has announced that the Cobre Las Cruces SA (Las Cruces) produced first copper cathodes from a hydrometallurgical process plant.
Supreme Court because support for church-state separation among the justices is weak, and "it makes essentially no sense to take a church-state case to a court like that," Boyd told the Las Cruces Sun-News.
McClain will return to the Sterling (Colo.) Journal-Advocate, where he served as publisher before moving to Las Cruces in 2006.
Speaking of Las Cruces and Los Angeles, not to mention San Francisco, Santa Monica, San Diego, and many other cities in the United States, can it be long before secular humanists decide that these names are too religious and need to be changed?
in the United States, But this unincorporated community a few miles outside of Las Cruces, New Mexico occupies a different reality than most other places in the nation.
The flavor of Old Mexico wraps around Las Cruces like a bright serape.
"The physical setting is spectacular--desert and mountains and the Rio Grande River," says Melanie Martin, describing the small town of Las Cruces, N.M.
As part of its ongoing efforts to provide city leaders with different perspectives about strategic opportunities as the federal and state governments move on impending deregulation in the electric utility industry, this article provides an insight on the historic struggle of Las Cruces, New Mexico, a city of about 62,000.