How to use Crucially in a sentence

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  • Crucially, those already receiving an incapacity benefit can participate voluntarily.

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  • Crucially, thanks to the low oxygen content of the local waters, the malarial mosquito is absent, too.

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  • Crucially she has helped set high standards on public dialog and acts as a role model for others.

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  • Crucially, the development of Internet safety advice is tailored to reflect the ways in which children use the Internet.

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  • If you want to become a breeder, it's crucially important to find a vet who will support your efforts and work with you, not one who will never miss an opportunity to suggest getting your pet fixed.

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  • Unlike in most swim shops, the sales help here tend to be surfers themselves and know what the best shorts are for your needs and, crucially, your body type.

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  • As crucially important as the crew members are (after all, there would be no show without them!), it's the cast members who make a lasting impression on the audience.

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  • The hypothesis, that even our most profound and sublime speculations are all limited to data of the senses and of reflection, is crucially tested by the " modes " and " substances " and " relations " under which, in various degrees of complexity, we somehow find ourselves obliged to conceive those simple phenomena.

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  • Crucially, their potlatches are not attempts to regain a lost emotional authenticity.

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  • Crucially, these decisions are being taken without the input of front-line clinicians, particularly consultants.

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  • This is crucially important for storage with liquid nitrogen owing to the high levels of accumulated microbial contaminants in liquid nitrogen storage vessels.

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  • Crucially, they failed to take any of them, Robert Earnshaw their chief culprit with seven misses.

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  • Crucially, he argues, Labor must find a way of using its beliefs to explain its policies to an increasingly skeptical electorate.

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  • Crucially, however, the hated Samaritan is held up as the moral exemplar.

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  • The truth conditions of such foreknowledge crucially include what people will in fact choose to do.

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  • Crucially, preoperative patients who show more activity in the right hippocampus than the left have less damage to verbal memory after surgery.

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  • Crucially, the generation of this purposiveness is entirely immanent to the organism.

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  • Political debate over the 1832 Reform Bill crucially invoked jurisprudence, including continental jurisprudence.

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