Especial Esperantido

Especially

Meanings and phrases

especially

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adv.
  1. to a distinctly greater extent or degree than is common; particularly; peculiarly; specially
  2. in a special manner; specially

most especially

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adv.
  1. above and beyond all other consideration; above all; most importantly
E.g.
  • Many local mills used Fourteen Mile Creek for power, most especially Tunnel Mill.
  • The Montenegrin mafia is known to operate illegally in Serbia, most especially in Belgrade.
  • This was especially so of the Lestranges, and most especially of the Knockin branch of the family.

especially when

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  • Eddie has taken this task to heart, especially when testing alcohol.
  • This formula is useful especially when working with Fourier transforms.
  • This is sometimes thought to occur especially when memories are similar.

especially during

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  • The trail is popular, especially during the warmer months.
  • It is loved by many Japanese, especially during the winter.
  • Some storms can be severe, especially during the spring months.

especially among

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  • Illiteracy is still high, especially among women.
  • There is a degree of child marriage, especially among Muslims.
  • It became a force in its own right, especially among the working class.

especially important

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  • Three of these addresses were especially important.
  • This is especially important to the stacking process.
  • Octave relations are especially important in this work.

especially popular

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  • Her "Fūko to Yūrei" series is especially popular.
  • It is especially popular around the Christmas season.
  • "Three Men in a Boat" was especially popular.

especially true

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  • This was especially true of the class (3) sayings.
  • This is especially true of Danish and Norwegian.
  • This is especially true in the eastern lowlands.

especially

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  • Leavitt then launched an attack on corruption in all forms – especially corporate.
  • This sacred space – especially the area beneath the "tumpang sari" – is often left empty.
  • Another significant seaport was Pola (Pula, today part of Croatia) – especially for the navy.

especially around

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  • Bitter fighting took place, especially around Magnolia Cemetery.
  • Some of these expressways are elevated, especially around the city center.
  • Jennie describes herself as "quiet" and "shy", especially around strangers.

especially known

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  • It is especially known for its mineral waters.
  • For something else, however, Schumacher was especially known.
  • Kiryu is especially known in the area for saw-tooth roof structures.

especially useful

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  • This makes it especially useful for film-based projects.
  • This is especially useful when using existing library code.
  • This is especially useful when the requirements change rapidly.

especially because

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  • They gradually became a pride of Tachov, especially because of its condition that they are in.
  • The village was a local trade center, and remains so especially because of the trade of timber.
  • The film was below average at the box office, especially because it was a typical A center movie.

especially through

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  • Contacts were mediated especially through the eastern Lau Islands of Fiji.
  • Denmark High has been noted for a large agriculture presence, especially through FFA.
  • The essence of sanctity is love, and we become love by experiencing love, especially through contemplative prayer.

especially well

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  • He is especially well known for his "project method of teaching".
  • The castle is especially well known for its surrounding rococo garden.
  • The "Annales" approach was especially well received in Italy and Poland.

especially common

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  • Woodcarvings and sculptures are especially common.
  • They are especially common in the Nordic countries.
  • It is especially common to see Rattlesnakes in the area.

not especially

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  • The device may be not especially popular.
  • As a young girl, Mathilde was quiet and gentle, but she was not especially good-looking.
  • "Servius" was an uncommon name, although not especially rare; it tended to run in families.

especially regarding

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  • Critical reaction varied, especially regarding the book's ending.
  • The role of women has recently received attention, especially regarding their religiosity.
  • More evidence was available by 1865, especially regarding the relationships of aromatic isomers.

especially along

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  • Pemphigus is endemic in the rural areas of Brazil, especially along inland riverbeds.
  • The city centre is packed with cafés, especially along the river and the Latin quarter.
  • Barley, wheat and millet are grown where water is sufficient, especially along small rivers.

especially given

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  • The mission was considered a complete success, especially given several previous failures of Venera probes.
  • There was some public unhappiness about the song's association with the campaign (especially given the team's subsequent loss).
  • The truth, especially given the freelance talent involved, is more likely to be that someone thought it a good idea at the time.

especially between

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  • The following list may be incomplete, especially between 2008 and 2018:
  • First Nations women in particular suffer from diabetes, especially between ages 20–49.
  • The unity of the church, especially between Jew and Gentile believers, is the keynote of the book.

especially interested

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  • Allegedly, he was especially interested in the Triberg Waterfalls.
  • He is especially interested in describing lonely or isolated women.
  • Caudill was especially interested in diagnosis and treatment of mental issues in Japan.

became especially

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  • Such calls became especially intense during the 1990s.
  • She became especially noted for her work as a miniature painter.
  • This became especially evident during the Russo-Japanese War of 1904–05.

especially within

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  • Generally, senior senators will have more power, especially within their own caucuses.
  • He is sometimes also known as "Aodh Ruadh II" or "Red Hugh II", especially within County Donegal.
  • The Treaty of Lausanne ceded to Turkey large areas that belonged to Ottoman Syria, especially within Aleppo Vilayet.

especially near

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  • It is mountainous, especially near the eastern border.
  • It is generally less rough in the eastern half, especially near the center.
  • These refer to the cross-sectional shape of the neck (especially near the nut).

especially considering

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  • Fairbanks has been the home of a wealth of bands of an incredible variety, especially considering its small population.
  • The war was a victory for Persia, especially considering they were outnumbered, and this gave much needed confidence to his forces.
  • It was a relatively small army when compared with other contemporary countries, especially considering the Commonwealth's huge area.

especially noted

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  • She became especially noted for her work as a miniature painter.
  • He was especially noted for evocative ecclesiastical sculptures.
  • Telz was especially noted for its ability to develop its talmidim in lomdus.

especially strong

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  • It was especially strong in the Boer republics.
  • This enemy was especially strong in the defense and could not be taken by surprise.
  • The demoscene grew especially strong in Scandinavia, where annual gatherings are hosted.

especially due

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  • They are also used for meat, especially due to the rapid development of their kids.
  • In recent years private jet pet travel gained some momentum especially due to the discounted flight sales.
  • He became world-famous especially due to his monumental Anatomy of the Artist translated into various languages.

especially against

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  • He was especially against the buying of titles and noble land by the upper bourgeoisie.
  • He struggled especially against the paganism and sorcery still prevalent in the Byzantine Sicily.
  • There was a great deal of discussion in 1865 about bringing treason trials, especially against Jefferson Davis.

especially notable

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  • The Somerville depot is especially notable.
  • This is especially notable when Mace yells to him, "This is your life!
  • Johnsen is especially notable for writing the first book on skiing published in America.

especially women

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  • Her poetry focuses on urban people, especially women.
  • Clothing, especially women's clothing, varies by indigenous group.
  • This watershed moment left Nord cold and distrusting of everyone, especially women.

especially high

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  • Odell's sighting is of especially high interest.
  • Youth unemployment was especially high during the 2000s.
  • Unemployment is especially high among the youth population.

especially vulnerable

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  • Children are especially vulnerable to atropine poisoning.
  • This makes them especially vulnerable to slavers from Essos.
  • Males of low status may be especially vulnerable to being childless.

especially with regard

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  • It is controversial in various cultures, especially with regard to religious prohibitions.
  • They're always wrong, especially with regard to tax cuts, which they never score properly."
  • There is controversy over GMOs, especially with regard to their release outside laboratory environments.

especially so

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  • This is especially so in severe mitral stenosis.
  • This was especially so of the Lestranges, and most especially of the Knockin branch of the family.
  • In frogs, the hind legs are larger than the fore legs, especially so in those species that principally move by jumping or swimming.

especially in rural

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  • Literacy is limited, especially in rural areas.
  • In practice, beatings by schoolteachers are common, especially in rural areas.
  • Alaska has the highest rate of sexual assault in the nation, especially in rural areas.

known especially

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  • He is known especially for his performance as Batale.
  • He is known especially for his biography of Thomas Jefferson, "".
  • He was known especially in the Northeast United States for his anti-slavery work.

especially close

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  • At the new park, the outfield area was especially close in right field.
  • Mastan was especially close to Mudaliar as they were both from Tamil Nadu.
  • Presley became close to both parents and formed an especially close bond with his mother.

especially hard

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  • Florida was especially hard hit by the economic shock.
  • I find that one especially hard to answer."
  • "Blue lace agate" is found in Africa and is especially hard.

especially

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  • Tribes with non-Vedic culture — especially those of barbaric nature — were collectively termed as "Mleccha".
  • Both countries were mostly agricultural and great exporters to the British market — especially bacon, eggs, and butter.
  • "Kejawèn" (Javanese beliefs) or "Kebatinan" is an amalgam of animism, Hindu-Buddhist, and Islamic — especially Sufi — beliefs.

especially active

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  • He was especially active in the help to handicapped people.
  • The movement was especially active during the years 2000-2001.
  • There were few positive reports in the early years, but it was especially active 1859–1914.

especially towards

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  • Various poster adverts were also made to promote the brand, especially towards young women.
  • Clothing was a crude procedure for both armies, especially towards the beginning of the war.
  • The Chandos catalogue notes that Walton used the main theme throughout the film, especially towards the closing scenes.

more especially

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  • They are sound-footed, which means they are acceptable on flat, hilly or more especially marginal country.
  • Jean Markale wrote that the Cimbri were associated with the Helvetii, and more especially with the indisputably Celtic Tigurini.
  • An astringent medicine high in tannins, called catechu or cutch, is procured from several species, but more especially from "Senegalia catechu" (syn.

especially large

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  • Moving data, especially large amounts of it, can be costly.
  • The Anthropology Library is especially large, with 120,000 volumes.
  • Black Africans, Indians and Asians, saw an especially large increase in numbers.

especially difficult

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E.g.
  • Frazer’s females I found especially difficult.
  • Some of examples include: The process proved especially difficult for the writers when the characters had no American equivalents.
  • Women and minorities have especially difficult circumstances when it comes to dealing with reporting sexual assault to law enforcement.

especially in areas

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  • Jews settled early in Brazil, especially in areas of Dutch rule.
  • Soon after, skiing spread across the nation, especially in areas where snow dominated the landscape.
  • The FidoNet nodelist started shrinking, especially in areas with a widespread availability of internet connections.

especially prominent

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  • She is especially prominent in works produced in Athens.
  • Karst topography is especially prominent in the Dinaric Alps.
  • The rough endoplasmic reticulum is especially prominent in cells such as hepatocytes.

written especially

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  • It was Mauboy's first major TV role and was written especially for her.
  • A one-off story written especially for the television series – the only Rev.

especially in relation

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  • Philippe recalls his youth with guilt, especially in relation to Cécile.
  • New elements were also included, especially in relation to the rich Akkadian mythology.
  • The plan, called Plan" Zero," helped generate even higher inflation, especially in relation to the goods imported.

used especially

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  • Most typical became ORO-57K for 8 rockets, used especially with MiG-19.
  • In English, "American" was used especially for people in the British America.
  • The term "narcology" is used especially in the countries of the former Soviet Union, including Russia.

especially concerning

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  • The campaign led to numerous other controversies, especially concerning the Prussians.
  • Giovanni likes to taunt Heine, especially concerning Lily's death, hoping to call out the "Dog".
  • He often discussed literature with Eudora, especially concerning the role of women in the rural South.

especially prevalent

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  • This is especially prevalent amongst teenagers.
  • It is especially prevalent in southern India.
  • It is especially prevalent in the UK, Ireland and Australia.

especially significant

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  • Fish become especially significant around this age and size.
  • The effect of French weapons was especially significant in field artillery and infantry.
  • The Gulf of Kvarner is an especially significant area for the preservation of biodiversity.

especially in terms

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  • Much Cretan music is improvisational, especially in terms of its "lyrics."
  • stative verbs) behave differently from those indexing actions, especially in terms of the person affixes they take.
  • National news has reported on the effectiveness of the forum, especially in terms of aiding collaboration between UK cyber companies.

especially effective

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E.g.
  • He is especially effective at reading his own poetry.
  • It is especially effective against Gram-negative rods.
  • This is especially effective when the programmer wants to process many vertices or fragments in the same way.

especially good

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E.g.
  • For two seasons he had the club positioned somewhat safely from relegation, despite not having any especially good players.
  • Connecticut was especially good against the pass; they allowed an average of only 165 yards per game, seventh-best in the country.
  • He would also have one of his agents call an especially good student to talk to him, thereby gaining many new and outstanding followers.

especially the case

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E.g.
  • This is especially the case with murders of women in Latin America.
  • This was especially the case concerning traditional Fijian spiritual beliefs.
  • This is especially the case with net services such as Netflix and Crunchyroll.

especially following

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  • The stadium was in rather bad condition, especially following years of neglect during World War II.
  • Subsequently, Death Row Records suffered poor sales by 1997, especially following the death of 2Pac and the racketeering charges brought against Knight.
  • In the fall of 2008, especially following a column he published on municipal priorities, there was an effort to draft Smith to run for mayor of Evanston.

especially when compared

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  • They are strong swimmers, especially when compared to other short-haired hunting breeds.
  • The film was criticized for its unrealistic animatronics, especially when compared to the real ape performers.
  • They found the weapons ineffective and militarily useless, especially when compared to the U.S. nuclear arsenal.

created especially

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  • The Asgard storyline did not exist in the manga and was created especially for the anime.
  • In 2007, he received one of 461 Congressional Gold Medals created especially for the spurned athletes.

especially concerned

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  • He was especially concerned that the powder on surgeon's gloves predisposed to the formation of adhesions.
  • Boas was especially concerned with racial inequality, which his research had indicated is not biological in origin, but rather social.
  • A reviewer noted Loria wrote a history of mathematics and was especially concerned with the history of mathematics in Italy and among the ancient Greeks.

especially compared

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  • KNUS had previously had weak audience ratings for its morning shows, especially compared to KHOW.
  • Criticism also found the overall presentation of the game disappointing, especially compared to the NBA Jam.
  • She described herself as "homely as a mud fence", especially compared to her sister Eileen, though she likely exaggerated for comic effect.

especially well known

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E.g.
  • He is especially well known for his "project method of teaching".
  • The castle is especially well known for its surrounding rococo garden.
  • It is especially well known for its dolphinarium and, since 1994, for breeding koalas.

especially children

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  • He enjoyed meeting the public, especially children, and was an entertaining lecturer.
  • People, especially children and young girls, wear Ta'wiz (Amulet) () to ward off evil eye.
  • Shedd officials stated that Bubba was popular with cancer survivors, especially children, and was a favorite of visitors.

especially critical

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  • The intake design for Concorde's engines was especially critical.
  • Weiquan lawyers tend to be especially critical of the lack of judicial independence in China.
  • Many were especially critical of him following his remarks in the South Carolina primary, which Obama won.

especially evident

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E.g.
  • This became especially evident during the Russo-Japanese War of 1904–05.
  • This is especially evident with the popularity of smaller diesel engine propelled cars in Europe.
  • Greek influence is especially evident in classical Roman thinking on accession and specification.

especially in light

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  • The declaration, especially in light of his earlier comment, garnered more media attention.
  • However, it seems doubtful that dance will be included in the Olympic Games, especially in light of efforts to reduce the number of participating sports.
  • The company spurred widespread debate regarding the ethics and morality of pet cloning especially in light of the fact that animals are euthanized by their owners every day.

especially associated

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  • The dancer Loïe Fuller was especially associated with such dances.
  • Dry socket is especially associated with extraction of lower wisdom teeth.
  • As Agrotera, she was especially associated as the patron goddess of hunters.

especially designed

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  • It also has the only programme of study in Germany especially designed for mothers.
  • The Rugby Africa Gold Cup flight case has been especially designed by Great Britain’s leading flight case manufacturer, Flightcase Warehouse.
  • While designated for issue to soldiers not armed with the bayonet, it was especially designed for such shock units as parachute troops and rangers."

especially in regard

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  • However, this statute is often not practiced, especially in regard to political crimes.
  • A great part of his poetry shows strong and occasionally wild emotions, especially in regard to Lesbia.
  • But the Wittenberg men interpreted it as an approval of their Philippism, especially in regard to the Lord's Supper and the person of Christ.

especially successful

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  • Presbyterian missionaries were especially successful.
  • Peckover was especially successful, fondly known as "The Bard Of The Yard".
  • Negotiations with Mehmed II, Sultan of the Ottoman Empire were especially successful.
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