Impetrative


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Im´pe`tra`tive


a.1.Of the nature of impetration; getting, or tending to get, by entreaty.
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The consequences declared that the incorporation and dependability are the greatest impetrative measures that help meaningfully touser performance and elaborates ample differences in user performance.
Albeit the existing law is not attentative to the issue, however, in case decided by the European Court of Justice, it has been held "although the probationary cannot be assimilated to a training period, it is nevertheless impetrative that the official be given the opportunity, during this period, to demonstrate his qualities.
Compare the self-characterisation of the Mexican priests in the impetrative orations in Sahagun (1969).
The theme of the Assembly this year is The moral and economic impetrative for fairer, smarter and more humane migration.