This was an essential condition
to the success of the enterprise, and continued actively to engage the public attention.
He seemed too effective, too necessary there, too much of an essential condition
for the existence of his land and his people, to be destroyed by anything short of an earthquake.
The essential condition
for the existence, and for the sway of the bourgeois class, is the formation and augmentation of capital; the condition for capital is wage-labour.
The Lord pity you!" The events were comparatively small, but the essential condition
was there-- namely, that they were in favor of his own ends.
All this while the new creature had been sucking in and exhaling the vapory fragrance of his pipe, and seemed now to continue this occupation as much for the enjoyment it afforded as because it was an essential condition
of his existence.
Permanent representative of Morocco at the AU and the Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA) Mohammed Arrouchi told Maghreb Arab Press that the "Moroccan presidency of the Peace and Security Council of the AU will be an opportunity to realize the Royal Vision of the African joint action on peace and security as an essential condition
for a sustainable development for the continent."The diplomat also recalled the challenges hindering the development of the continent, including climate change, migration, epidemics, violent extremism, and cybersecurity.
One essential condition
for this success is that we are all on the same page and that we all push in the same direction to secure peace," added the NATO chief.
He explained that the smooth functioning of critical infrastructure systems is an essential condition
for the sustenance and growth of urban societies.
The digital transformation, notably in the administrative fields is an essential condition
for the achievement of economic transition, he added.
The Turkmen president reiterated that the effective use of the rich natural resources available in Turkmenistan is an essential condition
for the successful implementation of large-scale programs in the country aimed at ensuring the dynamic growth of the national economy and improving the welfare of the population.
The Supreme Court, while issuing a detailed verdict in the case pertaining to the acute water scarcity in Pakistan, highlighted that 'the need for water reservoirs is not only expedient but also sine qua non (an essential condition
) for the survival of the people and economy of Pakistan'.