He began with making a crucial incision on me from the navel to the clavicula.
She saw me stretched out upon the table with my crucial incision.
The cord was wet and did not slip properly, and besides it was badly tied; in short, I still drew my breath, when the crucial incision made me give such a frightful scream that my surgeon fell flat upon his back, and imagining that he had been dissecting the devil he ran away, dying with fear, and fell down the staircase in his flight.
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Doing well on the SAT is crucial to getting into the college I want to attend.
The information is crucial to making a good decision.