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the gist of a specific action or situation

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The implementation of standardisation and quality management systems is highly signifigant for social and economic growth, the quality of national products as well as for efforts to maximise their competitiveness in international markets, the minister noted.
The meeting is particularly signifigant as it is convened at a time when the United Nations intensifies efforts to discuss the Post2015 Development Agenda, she further noted, adding that population dynamics and their relation to development represent the foundation stone for global efforts to achieve all aspects of development worldwide.
Jason is making some signifigant contributions to this team,'' Carder said.
Q4 FY 1997 amounts are omitted as such amounts are not considered comparable due to signifigant FY 1997 year end write-offs and adjustments.
In remarks at the meeting, Corcoran described RCA's efforts in the UAE and abroad as signifigant to alleviate suffering and improve the life quality of victims of natural disasters.