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incapable of being dispensed with

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not to be dispensed with

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absolutely necessary

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But could boss phubbing be a calculated power move on the supervisors part, a signal to the employee that he or she is indispensably important?
have supposed, that the deity, from the relations, we stand in, to himself and to each other, has constituted an eternal and immutable law, which is, indispensably, obligatory upon all mankind, prior to any human institution whatever.
Retinoic acid, the active metabolite of vitamin A, is indispensably involved in the normal morphogenesis and organogenesis of most vertebrate species.
Rather, you take that particular Shakespeare course because it's being taught by a professor who has become a local celebrity of sorts (but unsung otherwise) because of the way she's taught the course, with scholarly insights and idiosyncratic twists and inventive accommodations, always displaying a teacherly attentiveness that takes into crucial account the indispensably unique individuals in front of her in that particular class in that particular year.
He knew the issues and the party representatives, and he had the wisdom and wit to contribute indispensably to our eventual success.
Only slightly less absurd is her description of the Caribbean tourism industry--so vital and indispensably a part of contemporary economies--as equivalent to a public relations miasma.
Several scholars and philosophers at the beginning of the 19th century pointed out the role of a free press as "a controlling power, indispensably necessary to the maintenance of good government".
Regulatory framework should indispensably allow for consolidated supervision.
May 2016) Profit is the main ethic in the business world and newspapers, and of course, live in the service/ideology/and indispensably business world.
To address the question of social change, we can start by acknowledging that if material forms and practices indispensably constitute the social world, then material changes, in turn, have the possibility of altering the social world.
59) Daily, these needs and dependencies are most immediately and indispensably addressed through labor performed in households and families.
This indispensably uses a frequency-tuning technique to control the influential swarm of bats and the balance between exploration and exploitation can be restrained by tuning design specification in bat algorithm.
Lacan, who like Bhartrhari is less radical and more logical in his expositions, is indispensably important in the present discussion on the formation of meaning in a conceptual content.
The ensuing nuclear negotiations were primarily made possible by two main factors: Indispensably, the U.
It is, in our view, indispensably necessary that a man should be a fine animal--sound and vigorous.