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comment How do you describe an action that is of increasing importance on a 'critical path'?
@BrianHitchcock - in my example, D is not dependent on C. When I first set out the example, when C & D are introduced, it is stated that of these, C is dependent on B. Also, later I explicitly state that D is "independent of A, B and C". I tried to make this clear in the graph - i.e. there is no precursor arrow to D.
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asked 'Hark' and 'behold' call attention to what we can hear or see. Is there an equivalent for smell?