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    Especially

    Do you also think the word "especially" is unnecessary below? Or do you think it adds something to the sentence?

    "X is interested in serving the German market for aircraft maintenance more intensely, especially with emphasis on the military market, and operating there."

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    Re: Especially

    Quote Originally Posted by Jasmin165 View Post
    Do you also think the word "especially" is unnecessary below? Or do you think it adds something to the sentence?

    "X is interested in serving the German market for aircraft maintenance more intensely, especially with emphasis on the military market, and operating there."

    Thanks!
    I'd leave it out.

    Would "specifically" work for you?

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    Re: Especially

    Quote Originally Posted by lauralie2 View Post
    I'd leave it out.

    Would "specifically" work for you?
    Would you say "especially" is implicit in "with emphasis"?

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    Re: Especially

    Hmm. Yes, I would.

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