Impartance

Im`part´ance


n.1.Impartation.
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In a valiant attempt to redress the balance of blame, there have been two previous biographies of Constance, the constant wife of her far from ideal husband, the importantly earnest Oscar Wilde--The Impartance of Being Constance by Joyce Bentley (1983) and Mrs Oscar Wilde: A Woman of Some Importance by Anne Clark Amor (1983).
Summary: TIBILISI (Cihan) -- Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu is paying an official visit to Georgia said, They were giving big impartance to the Georgia's territorial integrity.