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But he forgot many other essential matters, the want of which greatly distressed Darya Alexandrovna later on.
In the most serious and essential matters," Pyotr Petrovitch replied, as though delighted at the question.
Earlier today, Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim said it was an essential matter to declare the state of emergency to counter terrorism.
But we all forget an essential matter, which is that those who killed the soldiers are Daesh," Hariri said.
On the other hand, Hariri stressed that the Lebanese army has always enjoyed an all-inclusive political cover of all its military operations, saying "this is an essential matter.
The rumours about the fate of the stamp in the recent days have led to a negative impact on stocks and the resolution of the fate of the tax this week is an essential matter, he added.
When performing this prayer one asks Allah to guide him to the right choice concerning a certain essential matter.
She also invited conference members to discuss this essential matter with sufficient tolerance and flexibility, balancing the sanctity of freedom of publishing with the required respect for each nation's culture and unique nature.
Freedom of the newsroom is also an essential matter that relies on accuracy, in-depth and important reporting on matters of special public concern which requires careful and resilient research.
I do remember soon after the government was formed, the then Health Secretary Andrew Lansley promising that strict food labelling would always be regarded by David Cameron an essential matter.
But when Judge Forrest issued her injunction, the government changed its tune, and now argues that section is an essential matter of national security.
It is an essential matter of one's life, as without art life is dull, colourless, thoughtless, visionless and senseless.

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