His drawing abilities flourished throughout his two years of pre-K, and he was even on the cusp of writing complete sentences.
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And once again we are in the past, this time on the cusp of the 1960s.
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It also boosts his narrative that the West Bank and Gaza are on the cusp of liberation and must therefore start preparing.
Posterior upper molar with its fourth cusp little developed; the posterior lower molar four-cusped.
When the sun is passing from one sign to another, the period is known as a cusp.
Heel of lower sectorial very small, scarcely one-fourth of the whole length of the tooth, with but one cusp.
The stealthy boat crept on till midnight; now and then from the cusp of a bay floated out the faint cry of a quail.
The ornaments of the cusp might thus be worked without any troublesome reference to the rest of the arch.
1580s, from Latin cuspis "point, spear, pointed end, head," of unknown origin. Astrological use is earliest.
A pointed or rounded projection on the chewing surface of a tooth.
A triangular fold or flap of a heart valve.