absolute requisite

See: necessity
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Nonetheless, top-caliber front-line managers are an absolute requisite for operational excellence, even more important than making certain that well-trained, competent agents represent the company.
Among many other things, he said: "For us reform is an absolute requisite for the advancement of the country and its people regardless where the opposition is coming from or from where the external pressure is being applied".
The poem, `Manifesto', contains the clearest possible expression of anal eroticism, surely autobiographical, and it is an inescapable element in the relationship between Will and Anna in The Rainbow where it is presented as an absolute requisite for the perfect physical relationship, signifying complete acceptance of the `other'.
The plant is laid-out and managed for optimum flexibility, which is an absolute requisite for working successfully with so many different clients with different roasting, blending, and packaging demands.
Because safety and reliability are absolute requisites for NPPs, SGs demand especially high design and manufacturing capability in addition to safety and reliability - requiring 1/100 millimeter level processing accuracy for the over 300 tons huge structure.