Marlantes, soft-spoken and earnest, recounts a turning-point moment after he returned from Vietnam.
The withdrawal of protective legislation proved the turning-point in the fortunes of the British shipowner.
I feel as if this winter were the turning-point of the whole question.
At length comes the rencounter which is a turning-point in his fate; he meets Olivier, Antoinette's brother, the true Frenchman.
It was undoubtedly the turning-point in his life and he was forty.
This is the vital question to be settled; the turning-point of all our views of religion and humanity.
His coming was the turning-point in the history of the house.
That Sunday in July was the turning-point; Thea's peace of mind did not come back.
She could only decide that the first detected act of untruth should be the turning-point.
The turning-point of his comedies is always the characters of his personages.