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Example sentences for moment of truth

He had been right, in some sense, when he called it a moment of truth.
Now the moment of truth: the dad tries the maneuver himself.
The moment of truth comes when they fail to sustain prosperity.
The moment of truth is almost always what the military does.
He has to approve the pipeline in order for it to move forward, which means this will be a moment of truth for him.
Something had to be done to forestall the moment of truth.
It's almost as if he were avoiding the evening's moment of truth.
Here comes the moment of truth: oh, it's out, by a hair.
In every memoir there's a moment of truth, a sudden proving ground.
Somewhere in the balance of these perceptions and the customer's expectations is the moment of truth.
It was, for all practical purposes, the moment of truth.

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