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imperative

(im-per′ăt-ĭv) [L. imperativus, commanding]
1. Required, necessary, or obligatory.
2. Pert. to a sentence or tone of voice expressing a command.

deontological imperative

Moral obligation or duty of caregivers, established by tradition and culture.
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The EU Commission stressed that the works aiming at transforming the current shelter of the NPP had imperatively to be pursued, in order to arrive at a more secure and more environmentally stable protection system.
The technical value judged by the quality and relevance of the supporting statement which must imperatively meet the requests described in article 4 of the consultation rules 50% -
This council, he said, represents a "gain" insofar as it helps strengthen ties with the Tunisian Diaspora abroad and benefit from their experience and expertise, adding that this structure is consulted imperatively on the legislative and regulatory draft texts as well as international conventions and agreements relating to Tunisians expatriates.
The government in Sudan must also imperatively lift the obstacles imposed
The grounds used for the places of installation must imperatively be protected so that they undergo no damage when using them.
To remain as Prime Minister Habib Essid must imperatively get 109 votes, said Habib Khedher.
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This council will be consulted imperatively on draft laws and regulations and international conventions and agreements on Tunisian expatriates.
Of floors (cf detail in document "annex in addition to the announcement - essential information", Document imperatively to download.
Convening, on Wednesday, in the premises of the "Al-Jomhouri" party, the opposition parties said that the resolution of the suffocating crisis the country is going through imperatively requires a break with the policy of partisan quotas and defining new choices and alternatives.
the research proposals must imperatively fit into one or more of the following 2 axes: - the effects expected by the accompanying persons and the accompanying persons, - the actual effects objectified.