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essence

 [es´ens]
1. that which is or necessarily exists as the cause of the properties of a body.
2. a solution of a volatile oil in alcohol.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

es·sence

(es'ens),
1. The true characteristic or substance of a body.
2. An element.
3. A fluidextract.
4. An alcoholic solution, or spirit, of the volatile oil of a plant.
5. Any volatile substance responsible for odor or taste of the organism (usually a plant) producing it; by extension, synthetic perfumes or flavors.
[L. essentia, fr. esse, to be]
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

ESSENCE

Cardiology A clinical trial–Efficacy & Safety of Subcutaneous Enoxaparin in Non-Q-Wave Coronary Events–which compared the effectiveness of enoxaparin antithrombolytic therapy vs heparin in treating acute MI. See Low-dose heparin.
McGraw-Hill Concise Dictionary of Modern Medicine. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

es·sence

(es'ĕns)
1. The true characteristic or substance of a body.
2. An element.
3. A fluidextract.
4. An alcoholic solution, or spirit, of the volatile oil of a plant.
5. Any volatile substance responsible for odor or taste of the organism (usually a plant) producing it; by extension, synthetic perfumes or flavors.
[L. essentia, fr. esse, to be]
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

es·sence

(es'ĕns)
1. The true characteristic or substance of a body.
2. An element.
3. A fluidextract.
4. An alcoholic solution, or spirit, of the volatile oil of a plant.
5. Any volatile substance responsible for odor or taste of the organism producing it.
[L. essentia, fr. esse, to be]
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012

Patient discussion about essence

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Such a provision will normally mean that time is of the essence and, particularly if the landlord's notice in respect of rent review is served with a high rent and the tenant does not respond, then there may be a significant financial cost to the tenant.
Once more, the esse presupposes and is proportioned to the whole constitution of the essence. Its own ratio is a function of that of the essence, because it is nothing other than the actuality of the essence--of all its dimensions together.
It only supposes the identity of the essence of God with the esse of God--whatever such esse is.
Both suppliers and buyers can be assured that a court, when faced with the issue of Time is of the essence, will consider the facts of a case with a view to doing what is fair and commercially reasonable.
A final point: if you, as a buyer, decide to extend say, a delivery date, or some other time stipulated item, be sure that you make clear, in writing, that the new time is of the essence, to avoid any dispute on the subject.
Seltzer, chair of the practice group at Kaye Scholer Fierman Hayes & Handler, that the unilateral creation of "time is of the essence" is "permitted under law, where proper notification is provided."
There was also no "time of the essence" clause in the contract - purposely taken out of the earlier drafts after it was objected to which he says would have triggered overtime obligations.