In this regard, Fitri, Hilman  argues that the speech act imperative
to have a different shape depending on the Qur'an so often imperative
not use the original meaning but uses a meaning other resulting in a difference of opinion in determining whether related or which is not related to legal matters syar'i.
We have numerous indicators on the imperatives
of the economy and public health.
The Technological Imperative
in Canada: An Intellectual History
Wiedemann notes obsolete uses of imperative
in interrogative sentences (like examples 20, 21 and 22) in his grammar of Estonian (Wiedemann 1875 : 468); on the other hand, the Corpus of Old Written Estonian does not reveal any examples of imperatives
in questions (Kulli Habicht, personal communication).
As to his own personal view of the tension between the technological and moral imperative
, he suggests that it is not a matter of either/or as to which will prevail, but points to the intellectual history of the discussion to demonstrate that these two imperatives
will continue to exist in a healthy tension with each other for the good of society.
To be fair, Sedgwick has not entirely omitted these passages, but she has underemphasized them in order to highlight the way in which all imperatives
The second imperative
is to intensify global dialogue and outreach.
In a rational world the 10 imperatives
are certainly doable and essential to peace.
It consists of chapters entitled "The Place of the Imperative
in the Rigvedic Verbal System" (pp.
This year's ISRI Convention will focus on three topics the association has identified as imperatives
to success in the scrap business: quality, safety and standards.
The ethical inquirying system is endowed with imperatives
to which we now turn.
All of these imperatives
work toward a world which needs no borders, ultimately leading to a world with a shallow culture based on consumerism and short-lived fads.