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- adv. In a manner that imparts vitality
- adv. To an extent that is vital; indispensably
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a vital manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a vital manner; so as to give life.
- In a manner or degree essential to continued existence; essentially: as, vitally important.
- In the vitals; as affecting vital parts; mortally; fatally: as, the animal was vitally hit or hurt.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. to a vital degree
He said the U.S. must also cement a strategic relationship with the Iraqi government and help Iraq realize its potential to become a stable democracy in what he described as a "vitally important region in the world."
WFP-private sector partnerships bring in vitally needed funds and critical expertise.
And yet, I say again, they can hurt us vitally -- mark the word vitally -- only so far as we place the opportunity within their power.
I’m just wondering why every panel that Liu served as a moderator on in vitally important, while Mukasey (whose legal legacy at DoJ may well exceed his term) can refuse to even answer simple questions like what is torture.
David M. Nieporent says: zuch: I’m just wondering why every panel that Liu served as a moderator on in vitally important,
And on more than one occasion each has answered the call when major or minor print publications have been too afraid to break a vitally important story.
Here also he makes the human word vitally one, though not identical, with the divine Word.
That, in itself, has meant a cutback on other Defra-financed schemes, such as vitally important flood protection.
The "hockey stick graph" was not 'vitally' dependent on HadCRU data.
What is vitally needed has been overlooked: we are simply in great need of a tuning.