crux englannista suomeksi
1993, Laurence M. Porter, "Real Dreams, Literary Dreams, and the Fantastic in Literature", pages 32-47 ''in'' Carol Schreier Rupprecht (ed.) ''The Dream and the Text: Essays on Literature and Language''.
- 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.
1907, ''The Alpine Journal'', vol. 23. https://books.google.fr/books?hl=fr&id=6rtAU01s40EC&focus=searchwithinvolume&q=crux
- the real crux of the climb was encountered
1973, Pat Armstrong, "Klondike Fever: Seventy Years Too Late", in ''Backpacker'', Autumn 1973, page 84:
- The final half-mile was the crux of the climb.
2004, Craig Luebben, ''Rock Climbing: Mastering Basic Skills'', The Mountaineers Books, (ISBN), page 179:
- 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.
2009, R. J. Secor, ''The High Sierra: Peaks, Passes, and Trails'', Third Edition, The Mountaineers Books, (ISBN), page 51:
- Continue climbing the groove; the crux is passing some vegetation on the second pitch.