most especially


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Adv.1.most especially - above and beyond all other consideration; "above all, you must be independent"
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Both Fattori's and de Miranda's work are characterized by clear and engaging writing and both constitute a significant addition to the literature of the period, most especially, in the case of Fattori's work, to the central importance of Latin in its relation to the ascendancy and exclusive dominion of the vernacular languages in early modern times.
We agree that the analogy has some validity, but emphasize the need for everyone -- most especially the fans who prefer to sit -- to be assured that the operating rules will be clear and applied in an consistent, evenhanded manner.
Many Eastern Europeans and most especially, Bulgarians, simply do not relate to western mores and many have mind sets quite different from ours.

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