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Good team work is therefore an absolute prerequisite for the employed staff.
Good strikers are at a premium in the Championship and signing goalscorers will be an absolute prerequisite for us this summer.
Merry Christmas - Nadolig Llawen GETTING your hair in tip-top condition is an absolute prerequisite for the festive season.
The study said it was an absolute prerequisite for the design of a prospective framework to set a fiscal regime appropriately -- as this is the first step to attract investors and ensure a sustainable and sound development of the resource sector.
At the same time, Fortnum possessed extraordinarily good judgement and that absolute prerequisite of all the best collectors, the luck of the devil.
Privacy is not something that I'm merely entitled to, it's an absolute prerequisite,'' said Marlon Brando.
And if Bees are to attain the top-half finish everyone at the club considers possible, on this showing an improvement in accuracy is an absolute prerequisite.
While the official government call centre insists an Abu Dhabi tenancy contract is an absolute prerequisite, an immigration official said the rule only applies to government employees.
Compatibility with both Chip and PIN and magstripe will be an absolute prerequisite as the transition begins.
It is an absolute prerequisite for anyone who offers food for sale to the public, whether it be a pot of jam on a market stall, or a gourmet meal at a five-star restaurant.
Her demand is all the more surprising in view of the fact that a month ago, when the Resolution on Macedonia's progress was discussed at the European Parliament, Koppa said that an absolute prerequisite for continuing Macedonia's European integration is resolving the name issue, Dnevnik reports.