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- n. importance; significance
- n. That which is important.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Importance; significance; consequence; that which is important.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Importance.
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I guess it is more on docs professional organisations and societies to give obesity same importancy as to other parts of the metabolic syndroma are giving.
How will we measure an act of importancy between the occurrence of “major” world events.
The reason these "games" are reffered to as 'virtual worlds' is to emphasize the serious nature and economic importancy of these "games"...
But he that is of a good resolution must be of strong hopes of what he undertakes; & if the dangers weare considered which may be found in things of importancy, you ingenious men would become cooks.
We have not seen that yet, but we are sure that in each market the regulators see their importancy of the
The third one, machine-to-machine, is something that will grow in importancy [ph] going forward that we will not focus on them today.
This aping of status and importancy is captured with dry wit and meticulous historicist rigor by artist John Zinsser in this show of "archipelago" pieces, up at James Graham through January.
How to write memoirs and biographies: Writers Midge Gillies, Max Arthur and Kathryn Hughes on the importancy of doing research
Com̃on Stocke was longe since exhausted and the Companie already fallen into debt (whereof my Lord of Southampton hath willed them to be verie cautious and sparinge) Wherevpon, it beinge taken into considerac̃on and the importancy of the worke duely waighed, and withall it beinge signified that this money would be repaide againe by the Colony who were contented to be at all the charge and would be readie to make good what Contract soeuer the Company made here with any such Vndertaker, if the Proiect did not proue feazeable;