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  • That is not a statement that is to be ascribed, here and v. 22, to some later redactional activity, but a fact absolutely essential to the understanding of the whole episode.

    Exposition of Genesis: Volume 1

  • On the contrary, it is absolutely essential that he should not; for Freeman's assiduous efforts, first in The Saturday, and afterwards in The Contemporary, Review, did ultimately produce an impression, never yet fully dispelled, that Froude was an habitual garbler of facts and constitutionally reckless of the truth.

    The Life of Froude

  • Our lumber was delivered by ox-teams, and the absolutely essential purchases we made "outside" (at the nearest shops, forty miles away) were carried through the forest on the backs of men.

    The Story of a Pioneer

  • His presence and his tanks were absolutely essential to any large-scale operation by Army Group Centre, yet already they had been almost halved by OKW movement orders directing them northward.


  • Ought not we then of Constitutional America be pardoned, nay more, applauded, for our proverbial jealousy of strong government to the extent, in fact, of denying or canvassing those powers in our representatives absolutely essential to the ends of government?

    Recollections and reflections : an auto of half a century and more,

  • Well, 'twas only a few years past that Dr. Benjamin S. Frank discovered that beets build up the blood, stimulate the liver (which is our main organ o" purification), and supply a body with nucleic acid, nucleic acid being absolutely essential to the efficient reproduction o" youthful cell structure.

    La insistencia de J├╝rgen Fauth

  • When NASA in the summer of 1963 decided, after a heated yearlong internal technical debate, that the lunar-orbit-rendezvous LOR method was the only way to get to the Moon by the end of the decade, it became absolutely essential to learn how to rendezvous and dock with another spacecraft.

    First Man


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