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No. If you are precise "nämlich" has nothing to do with "in particular". "Nämlich" has to do with "naming" and making explicit. Es ist wirklich jemand gestorben, nämlich Kurt. Someone did indeed die and that someone is Kurt. or Someone did indeed die, namely Kurt. "In particular", in my opinion at least, is closer to "especially". Like here: ...
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