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- n. The condition of being essential; essentiality
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- n. Essentiality.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as essentiality.
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- n. basic importance
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Whatever other objections have been made to this second proposition, arise, as far as I remember, merely from a confusion of the idea of essentialness or primariness with the idea of nobleness.
Those of us who believe in the essentialness of openness and freedom of choice on the web must continue to remain vigilant about such abuses, distortions and misappropriations of the term “open” — and do what we can to spread awareness of the importance of free and unfettered technology development.
"And I suppose the essentialness of writing for me was revealed in that experience."
A kid who believed in the importance of nonbelief, the essentialness of inaction.
As he talked about this downward spiral in essentialness of the American newspaper, I realized there is nobody to blame because it is nobody's fault.
Pretend my only comment was "How can I, ME, come into the essentialness of the ED?" and that you feel strangely moved to reply with everything you know that could possibly get me there.
It was left to Liebig, then, to restate the important doctrine of the essentialness of the mineral matter, already implied to some extent by de Saussure.
The essentialness of the ash constituents was only, however, placed beyond all doubt by Wiegmann and Polstorff's researches, carried out in 1840.
In epitomising the vast amount of work carried on since 1840, with the view of ascertaining the essentialness of the various substances found in the ash of plants, two methods of experimentation have been followed.
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