vital area


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vital area

A designated area or installation to be defended by air defense units.
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Monitoring work in progress is another vital area - checking the standards of work being carried out and authorising payment in due course.
In many offices, the dental assistant is in charge of this vital area and must keep up to date with the challenges of the discipline.
In our continuing commitment to musician wellness, we are proud to devote this entire issue of AMT to this vital area of research and practice.
researchers access to world-class capabilities in the vital area of cold neutron spectroscopy, allows scientists to study dynamical processes in materials on time scales of less than 100 ps.
To listen in to such a conversation between closely-linked yet often warring elements in that vital area, is a privilege.
Hopefully, it will further accelerate and widen current archival research into this vital area of economic and social history.
But operating expenses rose more sharply in 1996 than in 1995, indicating that cost control will be a vital area for apartment owners and managers to watch during the next few years.
During the past decade - since approximately the mid-1980s - the most vital area of research on nineteenth and twentieth century Spain has been the fields of social and economic history.
This book fills the void in recent scholarship in this vital area so that those planning objectives can at last benefit from expert assessments of programs around the world.
The road has smoothened the flow of vehicles and eased the traffic congestions in this vital area of the city.
The security forces have also taken control of our vital area including Dama Dola and Sewai, preceding headquarters of Taliban, he said.
Prison Service chief Phil Wheatley said: "Staff are making strenuous efforts in this vital area.