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Synonyms for importantly

in an important way or to an important degree

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However, such a move is directly at odds with the regulatory objectives of adequate capacity, affordable coverage, market stability, and most importantly, insurer solvency.
Even more importantly, our actions now will determine whether future generations will be left with a bill to pay or with a legacy of stewardship.
More importantly, the responses were not summarized according to numerical frequency but selected according to "insistence or [reflecting] deep convictions.
Everyone had fun--and, more importantly, they underscored Governor Huckabee's message that a Healthy America starts with personal commitment to daily physical activity.
I had heard about football violence, but I didn't realize how intense it really is, how organized it is and how, more importantly, these people aren't necessarily criminals in their daily life.
Most importantly, each player must realize that for only 20% of the game, he will either have the ball in his hands or directly guard the ball, leaving ample opportunity for him to prove his mettle away from the ball.
Most importantly, identify and correct the ineffective persons, policies, or practices that drag you into regulatory noncompliance.
Importantly today, inflating asset markets have evolved to become the key mechanism for generating liquidity and income growth system-wide, rendering the entire financial and economic system acutely vulnerable to any diminution of credit growth.
Importantly, IFN-[beta] 1a exhibited potent antiviral activity at doses that have already been shown to have acceptable safety profiles in animals (10).
More importantly, these tools effectively bind service tiers to applications enforcing compliant service delivery.
The entire house of bishops is to be commended for its frank and, more importantly, open debate on same-sex blessings at its October meeting, which garnered considerable attention from the secular press.
More importantly, it is the first attempt to offer a coherent account of closet drama as a counter-tradition to the commercial stage.
Caroline Rody's The Daughter's Return importantly links these two themes to provide a compelling examination of how recent African American and Caribbean women writers return to the past in order to rewrite it.
But they also want to see leaders who look comfortable with maintaining and, more importantly, using America's military might.
Just as importantly, Fleet has avoided the major blow-ups that have plagued other high-profile bank purchasers in recent years.