crux of the matter

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Synonyms for crux of the matter

the most important point


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Guwahati (Assam) [India], Dec 27 ( ANI ): With China saying that it will maintain communication with India to deal with massive lakes formed by landslides on the Brahmaputra river in Tibet following an earthquake, Assam Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Himanta Biswa Sarma on Wednesday urged the Center to get to the crux of the matter.
Allen said that he agree "with the view of the Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi the Iraqi army will move when it is ready for it, and this is the crux of the matter.
Rapporteur of the Energy Committee Nafti Mahdhi told TAP "the remaining amendments are superficial," saying the crux of the matter rests in Article 32 which stipulates the creation of a technical committee in charge of renewable energy to ensure transparency and avoid cases of corruption.
The crux of the matter is that the writer is revelling in the past.
Some have focused on specific people and things -- a religious figure or a television station -- but the crux of the matter is Qatar's determination to act on a world stage in a manner that is wildly out of line with its demographic clout.
It seems that the crux of the matter involves establishment's stand more than civil government's initiatives for peace.
They were bullied out on a pitch perfect for batting and that is the crux of the matter.
However, the crux of the matter is that a solution to finance these infrastructures is yet to be found.
But noW We've reached the crux of the matter - the grand final, in Which somebody Will Win not only PS20,000, but also the opportunity to have their culinary creation grace supermarket shelves across the land.
At the crux of the matter is European law which requires these diagnostic ports to be built into cars so that authorised dealerships can service cars - or get you a new key should you lose yours.
The crux of the matter will be whether there was an existing public highway along that part of the beach.
The release says the crux of the matter for Anonymous is that Sony asked for the personal information of people who viewed Hotz's video demonstrations of the jailbreaking on YouTube and visited his web site.
Palmer has now matched him, but the thought crossed my mind that for all the bold talk the crux of the matter is this: England are not the big boys of the Six Nations.
This is the crux of the matter and stressed throughout the book; the value of women's work will become a reality when scientists and engineers respect the difference that women may bring to this enterprise.
So the crux of the matter is how is the weightlifting body going to arrange such a big amount on its own.