fundamental point

See: main point
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There be also two false peaces, or unities: the one, when the peace is grounded, but upon an implicit ignorance; for all colors will agree in the dark: the other, when it is pieced up, upon a direct admission of contraries, in fundamental points.
From a fundamental point of view, none of this makes sense.
He added: "The fundamental point is that nobody voted in that referendum to become poorer and it's about that threat which is becoming clearer to jobs and prosperity.
He told MSPs: "The fundamental point comes down to the arrangements that are in put in place for appropriate mobile phone use within our schools system.
Oncology Expert Opinion addresses a fundamental point in health care that any disease requires a multi-disciplinary review before deciding the best treatment plan.
Here, again, Stoner is missing my fundamental point about the fact that parental authority derives from parents' special, non-transferable obligations to their children.
They're posed from a technical and a fundamental point of view to make a move down," Hamza Khan, head of commodity strategy at ING, said of oil prices.
Of course they seem to have overlooked the fundamental point that Syria is a sovereign country and, in spite of overt action by the coalition air campaign, there is no UN mandate to do so.
And yet it's the most basic fundamental point of families and communities, whatever to listen to each other.
Ziadi, in a press release, urged the government to take advantage of this fundamental point, which she said: "It will contribute to change the balance of powers in favor of the security forces and the popular defense forces on the ground.
We are so relieved at the signing of this deal as it is a fundamental point for the future of the region and the world," said Shaaban in an interview with the BBC Arabic TV channel.

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