importancy


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importancy

(ɪmˈpɔːtənsɪ)
n
the quality of being significant or importanta state of urgency or pressing importance
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At one point in a lengthy email sent to a number of people, Mr Croydon also stated: "Whilst the Minister could doubtless give the Prince of Wales a good run for his money in the Self Importancy Sweepstakes it would be a safe bet that the latter is a better known figure in Harvard, Yale, MIT and other quarters.
Enviromental factors list Environmental Factor Description Weight El Familiarity with System Designing 2 E2 System Domain Experience 1 E3 System Experience 2 E4 Lead analyst capability 2 E5 Motivation 1 E6 Stable Requirements 2 E7 Sub-Contractors -2 E8 Difficult Integration 2 E9 Ecological Evaluation -2 E10 Public Importancy -2
A sailor asserts that the Turks head toward Rhodes; but the First Senator thinks that can only be a ruse, "when we consider / Th' importancy of Cyprus to the Turk.
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