When I was reading an article in a medical magazine of the George Washington University, I ran across a sentence in the article that:
"Brugmann says her relationship with Moody is one of the most important in her career."
As far as I know, "one of the" should be followed by a noun or a phrasal noun, so the above sentence would be written as " ... is one of the most importance in her career", or "... is one of the most important things in her career". I think that "one of the most important" is still incomplete, but a writer of a prestige university magazine hardly makes a basic grammatical error like that. I don't know the structure "one of the + an adjective" (without a noun) is still grammatical or not. I hope everyone can explain to me. Thank you!