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notably

adverb
     
no‧ta‧bly W3
1 used to say that a person or thing is a typical example or the most important example of something [= especially, in particular]:
Some early doctors, notably Hippocrates, thought that diet was important.
2 formal in a way that is clearly different, important, or unusual:
Emigration has notably increased over the past five years.
Notably absent from his statement was any hint of an apology.

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