sine qua non

[ sahy-nee kwey non, kwah, sin-ey; Latin si-ne kwah-nohn ]SEE DEFINITION OF sine qua non

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We require every man in the Army, for that is the 'sine qua non' of victory.

It is the sine qua non of any hopeful outlook for the future of mankind.

A sine qua non is that the glass be hot enough to melt the shellac.

This is a sine qua non, if the nitrate is to get a fair chance.

Morality had a vogue in those days, was a sine qua non of fashion.

Adaptability is therefore the sine qua non of men's life and existence.

He had forgotten the final touch, the sine qua non of fashion!

But it is the "sine qua non" of a good soldier and must be acquired.

The last they exact as a sine qua non in life, but the first is a novelty to them.

Long first and second thighs are a sine qua non in the Whippet.

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