Nonetheless, since many transactions will not be consummated without the covenants, the entire value of a transaction may be attributed to the covenant on the basis of it being a sine qua non
. As a result, taxpayers and CRA will frequently find themselves at odds over the allocation of amounts to restrictive covenants.
By this, I mean that the company is no longer merely fixated on deploying features and services that boost individual packet usage and ARPU; this has been the sine qua non
of mobile carriers in this country since the dawn of i-mode.
Yet the Report appears to be silent on raising the level of private investment, sine qua non
for enhanced growth rate and employment opportunities It is essential that the State Bank should monitor this parameter carefully and take appropriate measures including tendering expert advice to the government.
The birdcalls are for her simply sound bites in the ambient database, snatches of interpretable noise whose adaptation to the concrete jungle does not alter their original context of vigilance and display-context, of course, being the sine qua non
for determining the meaning in a message.
Based upon the literature review, the author states that the teacherOs sense of competency and self-efficacy is at the heart of reform and is the sine qua non
Now more than ever, trust is the sine qua non
The plugged-in home became the sine qua non
of a "modern" style of life which, in turn, was synonymous with the good, happy, and free life.
Even with its gaps and typos, the new text of genetic instructions has instantly become a trove of information sine qua non
The spreadsheet, long ago, became the sine qua non
of corporate computing.
For the Bank, it runs the wide and undifferentiated gamut from marginally satisfactory to highly satisfactory and is divorced from the sine qua non
of development, that of sustainability.
Joan Sherman's The Black Bard of North Carolina joins the sorely limited list of authoritative editions of the works of African American writers--a sine qua non
for further scholarly treatments.
A traditionalist by today's standards, Stewart appeals to "experience" (167) and "common sense" (167) - rather than theory - as the sine qua non
of early modern studies.
El pasado 21 de abril, la embajada de Israel en Mexico realizo festejos que demuestran el orgullo del pueblo judio y el respeto a sus instituciones nacionales que, a lo largo de medio siglo, han avanzado en todos los campos de la civilizacion humana, debido mas que nada al unico factor que puede hacer que un pais sea verdaderamente libre: el desarrollo de tecnologia de punta, condicion sine qua non
para su industrializacion, para la creacion de infraestructura y, en general, para lograr un crecimiento positivo y ampliar sus niveles de competitividad economica, bien conocidos en el mundo entero por su solidez.
For Daily Telegraph feature writer Graham Turner, the notion that sex was the sine qua non
for fulfilment was the great lie of the last half-century.
For the staff that must operate and maintain this equipment, these manuals -- not to mention a description of the equipment modifications not reflected in the manuals -- are a sine qua non
. The project file bridges the gap separating the divergent perspectives of builders and users.