Turning point may refer to:
- A point at which the derivative changes sign. See stationary point, in mathematics
- A climax (narrative), in narrative structure
- A discrimen, one of the two marked points on a cursus or classical-period race-track
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“A turning point in modern history.”
—Robert Frost (18741963)
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