|crux englanniksi||Crux en, crux en|
: The crux of her argument was that the roadways needed repair before anything else could be accomplished.
*: The mad certitude of the ogre, Abel Tiffauges, that he stands at the crux of history and that he will be able to raise Prussia "to a higher power" (p. 180), contrasts sharply with the anxiety and doubt attendant upon most modern literary dreams.
: rfquotek|Dr. Sheridan
: The perpetual crux of New Testament chronologists. — Strauss.
*: the real crux of the climb was encountered
*: The final half-mile was the crux of the climb.
*: Most pitches have a distinct crux, or tough spot; some have multiple cruxes. ... ¶ Climb efficiently on the "cruiser" sections to stay fresh for the cruxes.
*: Continue climbing the groove; the crux is passing some vegetation on the second pitch.