Fairly simple—the basic stuff of fiction—but crucially important for thinking through acts of violence.
Still, the side has undergone many changes and, crucially, is without its injured playmaker Michael Essien.
Is any further proof needed of what really happened and, most crucially, where it happened?
Bloomberg has the standing, the podium, and most crucially, the money to help make this a voting issue.
crucially, he retains credibility with both establishment and insurgent Republicans.
And--crucially--if no one gets 50 per cent of the vote, the top two candidates face off on December 6th.
It means that Obama—and, crucially, the people around him—have to view this speech differently from most SOTUs.
And, crucially, what next for these so-called lost women, for the lost girls who have been failed so miserably?
1706, "cross-shaped," from French crucial, a medical term for ligaments of the knee (which cross each other), from Latin crux (genitive crucis) "cross" (see cross (n.)). The meaning "decisive, critical" (1830) is extended from a logical term, Instantias Crucis, adopted by Francis Bacon (1620); the notion is of cross fingerboard signposts at forking roads, thus a requirement to choose.
Excellent: crucial new music video (1987+)