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Macedonia became the lynchpin in Greek affairs during the 4th century BC.
Ben Burgess is the attacking lynchpin through which City can develop most of their attacks.
The travel option remains the lynchpin of Irish government policy on abortion.
Indeed, risk assessments form the lynchpin of health and safety management.
It's fairly well known that the main creative lynchpin behind Gorillaz is Damon Albarn.