Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
I'll say that I've just come from the tunnel on a matter of vital importance.
This is a matter of vital importance to the electorate which put us here.
Today, by contrast, European foreign ministers have achieved a common line on a matter of vital importance.
It was a matter of vital importance that brought me there that night.
This is a matter of vital importance, since all the Member States should enjoy the same rights.
The security of the citizen and especially personal security is a matter of vital importance.
It is also not about the cold war, nuclear disarmament, the environment, or a number of other serious matters of vital importance to us all.
Dear Phèdre, the letter read, I am writing to ask your aid in a matter of vital importance.
So they freed human beings for human work; and on a spaceship, that was a matter of vital importance.
Breetai knew that Exedore would drop his usual deference only for a matter of vital importance.
"A case involving a human life is a matter of vital importance," Mr. Xiao said.
Honor was a matter of vital importance, true, but so was the necessity for direct action, something the Pai seemed to make little allowance for.
The image of the European Union and its institutions in the eyes of its citizens is a matter of vital importance.
But in matters of vital importance - meaning, in effect, war and police espionage -- the empirical approach is still encouraged, or at least tolerated.
Artificial irrigation is absolutely necessary and is a matter of vital importance when the amount of rainfall is insufficient.
This is a very noticeable principle in Machiavelli, and is urged by him in many ways as a matter of vital importance to princes.
This is a matter of vital importance because a problem of economic development is identifying the membership of customary landowning groups, and the owners.
In the way children have of promoting the incidental to matters of vital importance, settling in was a flurry of inconsequential activity.
There are people on both sides of the gun control issue who say Mr. Giuliani has changed positions, not just language, on a matter of vital importance to many voters.
That had been the burden of Parrington's phone call - that he had to talk with Bron right away, regarding a matter of vital importance to both of them.
He acted under enormous pressure from his conservative supporters, who had lobbied the White House to have the president speak out in an election year on a matter of vital importance to them.
The Union would like a certain number of matters of vital importance for the achievement of the Millennium goals to be taken into due account in the conclusions of the summit.
"Surely you cannot believe, Dr. Vasilia, that he would risk matters of vital importance to Aurora and call in someone he knew to be useless, merely to study an unusual brain."
If so great mysteries were contained in names, it naturally followed that to know the right name of each celestial power was a matter of vital importance; and such knowledge the teachers promised to bestow.
The first is the conflict in the Middle East, the resolution of which is a matter of vital importance not only to those involved in it, but also to Europe and the United States.