10 Feb 2015

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Could anyone help me understand the phrase "some ..., but crucially not all"?
I 'd like to know the role (or meaning) for "crucially" here. I understand "crucially" usually means "very important" or "decisive", but it seems it doesn't here. Thank you.

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