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(quote-book)|page=66|text=In the mid-1930s, when Stalin was looking to make a statement with his new Metro, he consulted Underground engineers, who offered advice to the Russian Minister in charge of the Metro project, Nikita Khrushchev. He was severely told: 'Don't have a Circle Line - too many flat junctions.' Moscow did build a circle line, but with ''flying'' junctions, by which one track goes over another.
2007, Gary Hudson, Sarah Rowlands, ''The Broadcast Journalism Handbook'' (page 336)
- Even rolling news has junctions to meet - headlines on the hour or half-hour, or links to live events, for example.
To form a junction.