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Deception, disinformation, and guile are more crucial in this regime.

In the more crucial moments of his life Buck had frequently refrained from anathema as a method of relief.

There could hardly be a more crucial test of the validity of the Lamarckian principle.

No domestic challenge is more crucial than providing stable, permanent jobs for all Americans who want to work.

The second year of the war put the loyalty of Lower Canada to more crucial tests.

There is no more crucial test of the ability of democracy to solve the social problems of this age than the present-day city.