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Adv.1.most importantly - above and beyond all other consideration; "above all, you must be independent"
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collateral requirements is directly at odds with the regulatory objectives of adequate capacity, affordable coverage, market stability, and most importantly, insurer solvency
Most importantly for the Bank, however--which will occupy 1.
Most importantly, they object to the bishops favouring "the unconditional alignment" of our "Canadian Church" with the directives from Rome, and giving "priority to the re-affirmation of dogma and traditional morals" (rather than listening to the people).
Let's pray in the coming months that the Canadian task force and the international commission face their duties with honesty, courage and, most importantly, hearts and minds that are open to the possibility of change.
Most importantly, by the mid-1980s leading Democrats like Gary Hart and Sam Nunn were introducing some of the most innovative ideas on military reform of anyone in Congress.
Most importantly, in Garrett the film has a compelling screen presence, not some watery Xerox of a Xerox that makes viewers wonder what the big deal was in the first place.
This does not give `true' recidivism data but it does give you very reliable indicators of recidivism that, most importantly, show how well the system is working comparatively from year to year.
Most importantly, Ethernet now offers nominal bandwidth at the same gigabit speed as Fibre Channel, with more aggressive plans to increase it over the next few years.
The school will have several classrooms, a teachers' lounge, administration offices and, most importantly, heat and running water.
Most importantly, this book examines the history of an organization with religious foundations, but it pays little attention to religious institutions or religious beliefs.
And, most importantly, she won't be able to remember and share all the little closet skeletons that are part of every family's history.
Once they do that and begin to consider what it takes to decrease process cycle times, they will begin to see their way to the future of competitiveness in American business generally and, most importantly, of the metalcasting industry and their own companies.

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