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integral

adjective basic, cardinal, central, constituent, elemental, essential, essential to commleteness, fundamental, indispensable, integrant, necessarius, necessary, needed, needful, prerequisite, primary, required, requisite, vital
Associated concepts: integral part of a case
See also: essential, indispensable, inherent, item, necessary, total, unit
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They are an excellent source of essential fatty acids (EFAs), which are intergral to many of our body functions.
Recognizing timexes, for example, is an intergral part of many information extraction tasks (e.
While,clearly the event must not degenerate into a week- long drinking fest, sold reponsibly,alcohol is an intergral part of any modern day cultural event.
This perceived elitism of sprezzatura, Saccone suggests, is intergral to its classical source: Socratic eironeia or understatement, as discussed by Aristotle in book 2 of Nichomachean Ethics.
Despite the arguments, it is, in fact, the law and the reason for the law is that it is an attempt to control these iodine crystals, which are an intergral part of the methamphetamine production process,'' said narcotics detective Lt.
Wilson Bowden, which has paid pounds 23 million for the former GEC site in Leicester Road, says an eight-screen cinema centre is an intergral part of its proposals.
Because the Japanese do not employ what Kaplan refers to as "the common inductive and deductive reasoning which the English reader expects to be an intergral part of any formal communication," an English speaker who expects readily understandable statements will have difficulties in communicating with them in English.
One way to offer these services is through an in-house service program which becomes an intergral part of the housing environment, rather than an external appended service program.
21] The commission goes on to say that, although training that produces narrowly skilled workers has been part of the productivity problem, the same training methods were an intergral part of a winning model for assembly line work in the heyday of the American economy.
The proposition fundamental to Feller's Golden Age was that rights within the employment relationship "are governed by an autonomous, self-contained system of private law" consisting of "a statute, the collective bargaining agreement, and an adjudicatory mechanism, the grievance and arbitration machinery, intergral with the statute and prividing only the remedial powers granted, expressly or implied, in the statute" (1967a:102-3).
Unable to interact with the fetus in clear distinction for its host, physicians conceptualized the maternal-fetal dyad as one complex patient, the gravid female, of which the fetus was an intergral part.
a new causal interpretation that ascribes to inner experience an intergral causal control role in brain function and behavior.

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