Prepositions after "vital"

"vital to" or "vital for"?

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In 47% of cases vital to is used

Vital to learning is academic achievement.

Reader feedback is vital to i's personality.

The mystical urge is vital to the discipline.

Vital to the continuation of the ecosystem is the free movement of the migratory herds.

It is vital to ensure that they understand and adhere to the new way of doing business.

I am vital to the pulse of humanity and their strength is mine, just as mine is theirs.

So in our eyes because we have somewhat limited resources, these collaborations with partners are really vital to us.

Vital to this technique is the discriminate nature of selecting high-risk women to be screened; this procedure can be.

Connor meets with Washington, who informs him that Church has stolen goods vital to the Continental Army and has fled.

In 34% of cases vital for is used

A winner was vital for the game.

Sleep is vital for adult health.

Blinds are vital for the activity.

All these vitamins are vital for the human body, and help strengthen the immune system.

This information is vital for the continued health and well-being for the HIV infected.

Movement is vital for the health of the foot since blood flow is encouraged by movement.

Public support of funding for collaborative R &TD; is vital for the stimulation of R &TD; addressing societal needs.

Getting this right is vital for the UK economy, the education system and, most importantly, the students themselves.

Incentive, education, and further education is vital for the youth of today and just finding fault won't alter that.

As I have already stated; the conspirators knew that only another world war was vital for the success of their plot.

In 15% of cases vital in is used

This step is vital in the early days.

It is vital in your http: //emergency.

And he could prove vital in this deal.

Our individual results, although some unflattering, proved to be very vital in the end.

Those 3 gear are definitely vital in operating even the particular with establishments.

Ben and Polly's presence here was probably one of the most vital in the show's history.

Hands are highly adaptable and are pretty vital in the use of most of our tools, from knife and fork to power drills.

Strengthening the town centre of Clonmel is vital in terms of sustainable development in a social and economic sense.

Vitamin C is very vital in the production of collagen which keeps the skin smooth and later can fill in pitted scars.

Sports is vital in the very young lives of your kids for it gives them a lot of things to learn about life aside from.

In 1% of cases vital as is used

Rooney is like our engine room -- vital as a powerhouse for attack.

Item's usually assumed suddenly look vital as well as their cost a lot more important.

However one of the reasons Lorenzo used was that LIBOR is vital as a information source.

Marriage is vital as a framework within which children can be brought up by a man and woman.

Basically push New home windows creative logo vital as well as Ve had together with each other.

Nike Free However, it is vital as well as some style of assessment can certainly make a difference.

During this stage guidance is vital as the change process is still based on perception and feelings.

This is vital as a book cover design often looks better on a computer screen than it does when printed out.

Here, at Arnhem, the capture of the bridge was vital as the Neder Rijn was over 100 metres wide at this point.

Certainly, a region as large or vital as the Midlands deserves so much more than a couple of local news studios.

In 1% of cases vital at is used

I used to think exams were vital at the end of every unit.

Creating the lost jazba or zeal is vital at this moment for our nation.

Creating the lost Jazba or zeal is vital at this moment for our nation.

Praying that God show you way is the best way forward and would be vital at this point.

It is useful for retaining possession from goal kicks, but also, it is vital at set pieces.

Integrated decision making for sustainable development is vital at sub-national levels too.

He is suspect and can be dodgy at times, but he is a true attacking full back which can be vital at international level.

It is vital at this stage that the baby is kicking regularly and 10 separate kicks a day are considered a normal minimum.

Comments i don't think RVP is the final piece of the puzzle for arsenal, but certainly he is the most vital at the moment.

It's hard to imagine nowadays worrying about this, but going back over a century, reliable time prediction was vital at sea.

In 1% of cases vital of is used

Most vital of all, the runs came.

The primary, and most vital of these, is to.

So what -- This is the most vital of all questions.

Flame of hope This by far is the most vital of all things in a life of a Pakistani: Hope.

In a very real sense, therefore, we can say that education is the most vital of all resources.

The most vital of these was the 6 April Youth Movement which appeared in 2008 as a Facebook group.

Her songs are the most vital of her artistic creations, beautiful in the language and with strikingly original music.

In other words, in the act of construction of new muscles, it is vital of burning calories which can result from fat.

Prayer and intercession is the most vital of all ministries in global mission to undergird every service and ministry.

The third big category -- and perhaps the most vital of all -- is stored water, which our friend already has under control.

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