Critically [adverb]

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“Tangled Up in Blue” is a wonderfully insightful book that provides a lens to critically analyze urban policing and a road map for how our most dispossessed citizens may better relate to those sworn to protect and serve.

The species may soon be listed as critically endangered, the gravest rating made by the International Union for Conservation of Nature.

Three have become critically endangered, including the oceanic whitetip, scalloped hammerhead, and great hammerhead sharks.

A woman who was critically injured in a vehicle crash last month has died of her injuries, Prince George’s County police said in a news release.

In mid-October, a little-known but critically important domain name for one country’s internet space began to expire.

Intended to support small businesses during the coronavirus pandemic, the program offered loans up to $10 million — and critically, the loans could be forgiven if companies used most of the money to cover payroll.

The “support” component of TTIS is critically important—people need financial support to isolate or quarantine to replace any lost wages.

That is, until 2016, when two people were injured, one critically.

The spectrum will provide critically needed capacity to help fill in the gaps in fast 5G networks.

For that difficult but critically important task, states must heed the advice of frontline doctors and researchers who have been working around the clock to solve this public health challenge.