essential meaning

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I did not get then, and I have not got since, a distinct conception of the journey through Hell, and as often as I have tried to understand the topography of the poem I have fatigued myself to no purpose, but I do not think the essential meaning was lost upon me.
X always spoke English to Germans, but his plan was to turn the sentence wrong end first and upside down, according to German construction, and sprinkle in a German word without any essential meaning to it, here and there, by way of flavor.
"July 15 has essential meaning for Turkey and we do not want our brothers to go through what Turkey has experienced.
When we abandon efforts to uphold human dignity, we forfeit the essential meaning of being human, and when we waver in our commitment to the idea of human rights, we abandon our moral principles.
There are, of course other more nuanced definitions in the podiatric literature, but they have the same essential meaning. That is, they are all THE STUDY of something.
I believe poor old Jeremy hasn't grasped the essential meaning of that
The truth is, the marketing staff's most important job is to create a compatible part population; this is the essential meaning of the first and most important P: Product.
The actual line from the 1960s television Star Trek was, "Scotty, beam me up." Sometimes the variation works fine if it doesn't stray from its essential meaning.
They stress that the parliamentary elections are still conditioned by other factors that are of essential meaning for the country.
In recent times, carnivals in the world, including Macedonia, have become increasingly more institutionalized, transforming into travel attractions yet maintaining their essential meaning that "everything is allowed in a time the world is recreated." The pagan rituals, from which the cosmogonic myths about the creation of the world derived, transformed into and mixed with the Christian observation of the holidays of "the new religion," creating a tradition of celebrating the cycles of nature's rebirth.
Jessica's artwork (distinctly individual whilst also reminiscent of her mother's) beautifully enhances the written text as well as having an essential meaning making role of its own.
Producer and director Papadinis (New England Shakespeare) stopped using edited modernized versions of Shakespeare's plays because they obliterate essential meaning and reduce performability and the annotation is inadequate, inaccurate, or both.

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