essential element


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There are five essential elements in a successful partnership (please see Table 1).
The Cedarbridge project is about growth and improvement, both personal and professional, and education is an essential element in the development of any community.
The precept of inferiority legitimized slavery and justified segregation, he contends, and to this day, he writes, "the premise of black inferiority and white superiority remains an essential element of the 'American identity,' mesmerized as we still are by race and color.
The second, five-month contract calls for Rapra to develop a draft standard guide to the application of statistics to rubber testing, an essential element of experiment design, data interpretation and quality control procedures.
Since she was a victim of childhood incest, some essential element of her Self had been permanently lanced.
Boehm); (2)"Introduction" (JoAnn Vender); (3) "Using the K-12 Scope and Sequence in Geography: Some Suggestions and Caveats" (James Marran); (4) "Essential Elements and the National Geography Standards"; (5) "K-12 Scope and Sequence in Geography Essential Element 1: The World in Spatial Terms" (Standards 1-3); (6) "Essential Element 2: Places and Regions" (Standards 4-6); (7) "Essential Element 3: Physical Systems" (Standards 7-8); (8) "Essential Element 4: Human Systems" (Standards 9-13); (9) "Essential Element 5: Environment and Society" (Standards 14-16); and (10) "Essential Element 6: The Uses of Geography" (Standards 17-18).
Secondly, the purchasers could not prove a claim for fraud or misrepresentation because an essential element of such claims is that there was a misrepresentation of an existing material fact.

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