primary intention

primary intention

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Their primary intention is to ease the burden of marketing on their fellow business owners.
Our primary intention with this product is to provide our members with the best coverage at an affordable price to help them protect what matters most -- their pets," said Liles.
This is the primary intention of the Health and Social Care Act.
The film's other primary intention was to create gripping tension between its two big draws -- Devgn and Tabu.
Locking Davies and Craggs up at Newcastle Crown Court, Judge Penny Moreland said: "Your primary intention was to steal car keys then the cars, taking them joyriding and burning cars out.
The primary intention of the INSARAG certification is to provide better understanding of the individual abilities of urban search and rescue teams (USAR) making themselves available for international assistance, according to INSARAG.
It is never ethical to speed up the process of dying by any intervention which has the primary intention to end life.
I think that for Hitler to suggest in the agreement made at Brest Litovsk with the Soviets was his primary intention was to defeat England as anything but a ruse to deceive the Soviets who themselves saw a partial occupation of Poland as a buffer zone.
Its primary intention is to "seize economic assets to operate them.
Part II cites documents to show the book's primary intention.
None of this repression was implemented with the primary intention of giving legal expression to organic mid-Victorian homophobia.
Although some see this as an acknowledgement of Beijing's control of the area, the RAND Corporation's Scott Harold told VOA it is not the primary intention of the new policy.