What is a watershed moment?

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A critical turning point.
What it is actually is a moment in time where everything changes. A point in time when nothing after will ever be the same as before. To call it a turning point technically is true, but it is an overly simplistic definition of the phrase.

The figurative meaning comes from the literal meaning of a point, or division in a river, or stream where the river is split into two distinct paths that will not intersect again
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What is a watershed?

It's literally a ridge of high land dividing two areas that are drained by different river systems; figuratively, it means a turning point -- a moment in time that involves a

Why is a watershed called a watershed?

A watershed is called a watershed as it supply the water in a drainage system. A watershed is a defining moment of insight and clarity where healing begins and lives are r

What is moment?

In physics and engineering, moment is usually defined as the force which causes anything to rotate. Just like force, which causes an object to move in a linear direction. Mome

What is moments?

A minute portion or point in time. Additionally ... you will encounter moments if you read about levers and mechanical advantage.

What are moments?

A moment (or torque) is a turning effect or force that depends on two thing. It depends on the size of the force which is measured in newtons and the perpendicular distance fo

Where does the expression watershed moment come from?

"a watershed in modern American history, a time that … forever changed American social attitudes" (Robert Reinhold). Probably translation of German Wasserscheide : Wass

What is a moment?

An indefinitely short period of time, a very brief portion of time as in an instant

Why do we have watersheds?

Watersheds are basically the areas that water flow in order to reach the ocean. For instance, a creek is part of the watershed of the St. Joseph River, which is a part of the

How do you map out a watershed?

You map out a watershed by getting a pencil or pen and drawing a river and then you pentonily write above the accurate drawing the hydenous title that would suit your drawing.
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What is mountain watershed?

It is an axample of a watershed because it seperate two different streams and its tributories.
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What is the antonym of watershed?

it's mountains or hills piled up because the watershed piles up in a big area( rivers streams..) 9 plz don't take my answers as real ones I'm guessing k?... )
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What is a watershed and how does it work?

It depends what context you mean. Relating to TV a 'watershed' is a set time that the network has decided programs with a more adult theme can be shown - in the UK, that's 9pm