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“It is imperative,” the prosecutors said in their statement, “that we use our discretion to decline to prosecute personal healthcare choices criminalized under such laws.”
Obstacles aside, reinvention is an imperative, for companies and individuals.
We had quite a lot of latitude because they made D&I a business imperative.
So it was imperative as the pandemic broke out for Sam’s to help those customers weather a crisis that has been much harder on small business than large corporations.
It’s an important milestone in a young person’s development, and having the right bike is imperative.
As it’s used on the internet, I’d call this edit the Vine cut, after the late, lamented platform that made finding ways to tell great visual jokes in under six seconds an imperative.
To ensure you can make most of this social media trend, creating impressive and attention-grabbing posts become imperative.
The overriding imperative of not-for-profit governance is fundraising.
It is imperative that we elect people to City Council who will take the job seriously, starting now.
We have to think of public health as a national security imperative.

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