The phrase that annoys me most lately — “more importantly” — is widely used on television shows and commercials alike. It seems to me that it should be “more important,” unless the speaker is referring to the way something is done. Do you agree?
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Pay hikes for salaried employees will be exactly the same as in 2007, averaging 3.9%
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For the second year in a row, I have composed a short e-mail invite to the managers and supervisors on staff. Another employee informed me that the words ‘managers’ and ‘supervisors’ should be capitalized. What is the correct capitalization in this situation?