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In most cases, this situation would foretell a Rubicon-crossing nightmare.Christian Wood Might Be The Rockets’ Silver Lining|Michael Pina|December 9, 2020|FiveThirtyEight
Cruz said the companies “crossed the Rubicon” with their actions.Facebook, Google, Twitter CEOs clash with Congress in pre-election showdown|Tony Romm, Rachel Lerman, Cat Zakrzewski, Heather Kelly, Elizabeth Dwoskin|October 28, 2020|Washington Post
David has previously reviewed Holland's In the Shadow of the Sword, Persian Fire, and Rubicon.
The first foot has been placed on the south bank of the Rubicon.Phone Hacking: The Scandal that Changed Everything for the British Press|David Frum|March 18, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Another diplomat chose a different cliche: “We have crossed the Rubicon,” he said.
This is the last of a four-part series on Tom Holland's Persian Fire and Rubicon.
Tom Holland's Rubicon tells the story of this competition - and how it destroyed the Republic that had incubated it.
North of this Rubicon the American continent was colonized; south of it, there was not a colonization but a plantation.
"Susan's a wonder," continued Jimmy, taking heart now his Rubicon lay behind him.The Book of Susan|Lee Wilson Dodd
Val was made to realize that now she had crossed the Rubicon.The Open Question|Elizabeth Robins
Gaul on the Italian side of the Alps, with the Rubicon for its boundary to the south.A Dialogue Concerning Oratory, Or The Causes Of Corrupt Eloquence|Cornelius Tacitus
Probably, then, the scheme had some powerful backing; but now Austria had crossed the Rubicon.William Pitt and the Great War|John Holland Rose
British Dictionary definitions for Rubicon
Cultural definitions for Rubicon
A river in northern Italy that Julius Caesar crossed with his army, in violation of the orders of the leaders in Rome, who feared his power. A civil war followed, in which Caesar emerged as ruler of Rome. Caesar is supposed to have said, “The die is cast” (referring to a roll of dice), as he crossed the river.
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see cross the rubicon.