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Word: vital

Definition: full of life; animated; vibrant and lively; critical; of great importance; necessary to stay alive; of life; living; breathing; N. vitality; V. vitalize

Sentences Containing 'vital'

#It is this vital quality that has not yet received much attention in art training.
And if he has trained himself thoroughly he will not find much difficulty when he is moved to vital expression.
and played a vital role in the screen play.
But the vital matter of art is not in all this necessary training.
But there were still other and more vital practical influences at work.
But these moments, these flashes of inspiration which are at the inception of every vital picture, occur but seldom.
Clayton's son Reginald inherited the ranch from his father, but it was no longer a vital business.
Communist bloc support was vital for prosecution of the war in the South.
Fire, too, was awakened thus early to put the vital heat in him and get him off.
From this last vent no blood yet came, because no vital part of him had thus far been struck.
He played a vital pass in the move which led to Wayne Rooney's goal and was praised for his performance.
How can a man be a philosopher and not maintain his vital heat by better methods than other men?
I can't compare with it; and I've known some ships made of dead trees outlast the lives of men made of the most vital stuff of vital fathers.
I lingered most about the fireplace, as the most vital part of the house.
If they are vital and expressive, you have started along lines you can develop, and have some hope of doing a good drawing.
In 2012, Pagán was vital to the Giants reaching the 2012 World Series.
It has a vital role in the breakdown of the sugars manufactured by chlorophyll.
It is vital to systematically explain a gross appearance of a pathological state, for example, a malignant tumor.
Like other Battlefield games, Spawn tickets play a vital role for defeat of a Team.
Mr. Goon's nephew Ern plays a vital role in solving the mystery.
Nevertheless, the combination of MyoD and Myf5 is vital to the success of myogenesis.
Of course the vital heat is not to be confounded with fire; but so much for analogy.
Preserving well integrity is a vital task for the operators.
Registration of vital events in the Republic of the Congo is incomplete.
Research became a vital practice of the faculty during the 1960s.
SH2 domains play a vital role in cellular communication.
She continued this vital ocean patrol duty until the end of the war.
Some sources consider pupil size, equality, and reactivity to light to be a vital sign as well.
Temperature is commonly considered to be a vital sign most notably in a hospital setting.
The author of the idea is Vital Verlic, who established the company in 2003.
The canal served as a vital link during the Industrial Revolution.
The grand necessity, then, for our bodies, is to keep warm, to keep the vital heat in us.
The Greeks knew better than many of their imitators this vital necessity in art.
The internet is sometimes considered as a vital part or an example of modern popular democratic practices.
The regeneration of these stars is possible because the vital organs are in the arms.
The song is the second one in the movie, and vital to the plot.
The song's popularity also played a vital role in the film's success.
The third gain is that dreams' pleasant or unpleasant content has a vital function in dream interpretation.
The wetlands have been identified as supporting native flora and fauna and vital to maintaining the biodiversity of the region.
There are 2 categories within vital rates: crude rates and refined rates.
There are many different scenarios in which virtual commerce can play a vital role.
There is a continued disappearance in the habitat, human intervention, and a great loss in vital ecosystem services.
This is especially vital for those dogs who are trained on daily basis.
This is vital to maximise crop yield, animal grazing and good quality silage/hay.
Tourism plays a vital part in the region's economy.
Vital rates refer to how fast vital statistics change in a population (usually measured per 1000 individuals).
Vital signs are an essential part of a case presentation.
Volunteers also form a vital part of the program.
Wetlands are vital as dilution areas for toxic discharges.
Wetlands are vital for the live bait and birdwatching industries.

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