As a result they have lost an unknown amount of potentially vital information about the nature of space and time.
We also know that socio-economic variables play a potentially vital role in the patterns of drug use.
This year, Democrats are taking full advantage, giving their party a potentially vital edge in the battle for control of the House.
The girls were potentially vital to the operation and they had to fit in.
A second concern, officials say, involves decontamination facilities, a potentially vital aspect of any response to a biological or chemical attack.
When she had finished he said, "So the ones who wear gray mostly do jobs that are essential or potentially vital to the exotics.
And so you concealed a potentially vital tool from us, for your own advantage.
The statement was the first of its kind by any Muslim country, and constituted a potentially vital political breakthrough for the Bush administration.
The ability to induce improved immune responses by the subtle changes described here could have a number of potentially vital applications.
They fear that at any moment someone in New York could be tossing a potentially vital piece for the collection into the trash.