# Vocabulary Word

**Word:**integral

**Definition:**complete; necessary for completeness; Ex. integral part

## Sentences Containing 'integral'

He was a stript abstract; an unfractioned integral; uncompromised as a new-born babe; living without premeditated reference to this world or the next.

The Special Antiterrorist Squad (SAS) was set up in 1978 and since then it has been an integral part of the Emergency Response Unit.

A close relative of transpartisanship is Integral politics.

(For vector fields the curves can be taken to be the integral curves of a local flow.)

New feminism is a philosophy which emphasizes a belief in an integral complementarity of men and women, rather than the superiority of men over women or women over men.

Integral complementarity differs from fractional complementarity, in that that it argues that men and women are each whole persons in and of themselves, and, together, equal more than the sum of their parts.

These have become an integral part of the Operational and Information Management processes used at Jackson Kayak.

Celibacy became an integral part of her religion; she was jailed for disturbing the Sabbath in 1772.

Kelpius was a musician, and he and his followers brought with them instruments that became an integral part of church life.

With Polaroid ceasing production of instant films in 2008, the Instax system was the only integral instant film system in production until The Impossible Project launched their own integral film in early 2010.

The Hankel transform is an integral transform and was first developed by the mathematician Hermann Hankel.

The Hankel transform is one member of the FHA cycle of integral operators.

Thus, memory plays an integral role in dictating the level of novelty, and as such the level of curiosity.

Advocacy plays an integral role in the Association's efforts to fulfill its mission.

The mathematical equivalence of the differential equations of motion and their integral
counterpart has important philosophical implications.

An integral part of these rituals is tribal art.

The dune system is an integral part of the Ythan Estuary and separated by the estuary from Balmedie beach.

Mobile music is becoming an integral part of the music industry as a whole.

The drone itself is an integral part of performances and furnishes stability - the equivalent of harmony in Western music.

Tripping has been an integral part of camp since its founding, and remains such to this day.

The company provides second and limited third line repair and recovery services to assigned dependencies both in garrison and on deployments, as well as providing integral-level support to specified units that do not possess their own integral Land Equipment Management System resources.

This was seen as an integral part of ONET's strategy of integration with the Defence Forces.

From this one may obtain a Cauchy integral formula for harmonic spinors.

He was also an integral part of our rich history.

In an episode of "Wonderbug", titled Fish Story, Marineland was integral to the plot.

The Millennium line remains an integral part of Ashley’s business.

Normalization was first proposed by Codd as an integral part of the relational model.

The integral of solar irradiance over a time period is "solar irradiation" or insolation.

Following her integral lineage she traveled to kerala India to obtain her Sivananda teaching certificate.

Field excursions are an integral part of each Conference, and are organised by the host country.

Music was not an integral part of the Robinson family.

The Saptashati or the "Durga Stuti" forms an integral part in the vedic form of Shakti worship.

The technique of transition from pose to pose is integral to the practice.

She is an integral part of the Indian women Table Tennis team.

It is an integral part of the Naval Military Complex of El Ferrol.

The Mellin transform of a function "ƒ"("x") is defined as
in the region where the integral is defined.

The Lithuanians replied that the disputed territories were an integral part of Lithuania and rejected the idea of a plebiscite.

Co-residence and organization by kinship are both integral in the development of the concept of the family.

Lujnah Da'wah Tarbiyah (LDT)
"Lujnah Da'wah Tarbiyah" is the most integral component of MISG.

The School was an integral part of the new hospital’s program of service to the community.

The Avoda Alumni Association is an active and integral part of Avoda's success.

The front sight is integral with the barrel shroud and is not removable or adjustable.

In fact, any Calderón-Zygmund singular integral operator is also bounded on these spaces.

With the arts being an integral part of this community, OMS offers an array of fine arts courses.

Geographic Mapping Technologies was integral in bringing CrimeView to San Juan.

(Indeed, this works with any integral-base system.)

This name comes from the fact that if the expectation
is written as an integral, then formula_3 can be interpreted as the "kernel function" in an integral transform.

This car eventually developed into the Whirlybug and is an integral part of today's game of Whirlyball.

Only the "differential form" of the equations is given, not the "integral form"; to get the integral forms apply the divergence theorem or Kelvin–Stokes theorem.

Theater has also played an integral role in shaping the culture of this Caribbean commonwealth.

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trinket - knickknack; bauble; cheap jewelry

premeditate - plan in advance; Ex. premeditated murder

complacency - self-satisfaction; smugness; ADJ. complacent

desultory - aimless; haphazard; digressing at random

encumber - burden; N. encumbrance

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irreproachable - beyond reproach; blameless; impeccable; Ex. irreproachable conduct

absolute - complete; totally unlimited; having complete power; certain; not relative; Ex. absolute honesty/ruler; CF. absolutism