vital part

References in classic literature ?
at once flashed out the husband, wounded in that most vital part of him, his sense of property.
I knew, then, that it was no more than a flesh wound,--I had felt the steel grate on his shoulder-blade,-- and I raised the knife to strike at a more vital part.
If I have got to drag my trap, I will take care that it be a light one and do not nip me in a vital part.
If he escapes them in one part they attack him in another more vital part.
You shall read, in some of the friars' books of mortification, that a man should think with himself, what the pain is, if he have but his finger's end pressed, or tortured, and thereby imagine, what the pains of death are, when the whole body is corrupted, and dissolved; when many times death passeth, with less pain than the torture of a limb; for the most vital parts, are not the quickest of sense.
Huw Evans Gwynedd Council's Active Young People Officer said Criw Actif members are a vital part to Gwynedd's plans to celebrate the Olympic Games, and they arrange many events across the county, including the Secondary Triathlon and Sportshall athletics.
The regulations will suspend unexpected backdated business rate payments in a bid to throw a lifeline to struggling firms and support a vital part of Britain's manufacturing industry.
The school is part of the social fabric and a vital part of the community, just as South Bank St Peter's school is a vital part of the South Bank community.
The Centre is a vital part of the community, offering help and advice about jobs as well as assistance with CVs.
The street mentors are a vital part of the reduction strategy and will help youth understand the dangers and consequences of gang life," said Chomiak.
Building and maintaining relationships with clients is a vital part of his job.
GPS has become a vital part of what the military does today, and its use will increase over time," said Dave Williamson, deputy product manager.