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hi everyone, require your expertise

For this question, Key is being used to refer to 'something of crucial importance'

Lets assume I am creating a business where I sell my own artwork. As a catchy business name I use Paint: Key.

What I am trying to insinuate here is that paint is key (i.e. paint is key because it is the material I use to create my artwork)

Paint: is of crucial importance or Paint: crucially important

Does this make sense grammatically or at all? I am interested to hear you advice.


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