central nature

See: center, essence
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For every object has its roots in central nature, and may of course be so exhibited to us as to represent the world.
Following these two essays are a Christian reflection on Romans 8 and a Muslim reflection on Qur'an 3:190-94 and 29:45, each demonstrating the central nature of Scripture in cultivating practices of prayer.
Ferzli added that "the role of MP Franjieh is of a pioneering, leadership, central nature," hoping herein that the backbone of such an exceptional role by all the Christian community during the current extraordinary circumstances witnessed in Lebanon and the region would remain shining in all areas.
President al-Assad, during his meeting withA'Abbas Zaki the personal envoy of the President of the Palestinian Authority Mahmoud Abbas,A'assertedA'that the central nature of the Palestinian cause and adherence to the legitimate historic rights of the Palestinian people will remain a priority for Syria.
I think the big thing that's happened over the past several months is a basic change in how Turkey analyzes the central nature of the problem in Syria.
Russ Mittermeier and photographer John Martin traveled to Suriname's Central Nature Reserve - a protected area of the country that has rarely, if ever, been visited by humans in modern times.
The President reaffirmed the central nature of the defence commitments of
Even before St David's, people were very complimentary about the central nature of Cardiff.
Graham retains his practice of capitalizing that's throughout the book, subtly suggesting to the reader that the state might be a single phenomenon with a single central nature that, despite superficial variations, can itself be investigated, analyzed, and understood.
It's the question of one's central nature that is captured in the rest of the phrase: Ergo sum.

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