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- n. The condition of being essential; a basic set of essential traits; being
- n. An essential thing.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The quality of being essential; the essential part.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The quality of being essential.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. basic importance
The modal characterization of an essential property of an object as a property that an object must have fits well with (at least one aspect of) our everyday understanding of the notion of essentiality, which often seems simply to be the notion of necessity.
The notebook is supposed to offer "essentiality", whatever that means.
As newsroom Latinos continue to decline, Nate is has been a notable exception in 2011 -- not only by keeping his job, but by increasing his essentiality to LATimes online.
Carbon-dioxide emissions are growing because people around the world understand the essentiality of electricity to modernity.
So, I'm hoping that he understands the essentiality of the public option.
But the essentiality of electricity to modernity is incontrovertible.
ÂAs newsroom Latinos continue to decline, Nate is has been a notable exception in 2011 -- not only by keeping his job, but by increasing his essentiality to LATimes online.
When these elements align, be it at a local neighborhood school, a charter school, an alterative school, or a private institution, it is it possible to foster the essentiality of asking tough and important questions.
Yet, Lemon -- newly emerging from his bold middle passage as the shamanic interpreter between epochs -- demonstrates the essentiality of this marriage of inner and outer.
Marketers can underscore essentiality in a couple ways, bearing in mind the omnipresent Chinese urge to succeed.