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  • Info Indispensable is the nineteenth studio album by Mexican singer Lucero.
  • The fair has now become indispensable as a meeting point for local and international art scene.
  • Its great days come only when it is seen to be indispensable. Cited from Christianity and Progress, by Harry Emerson Fosdick
  • Live sets created directly in the studio became and indispensable part of the show.
  • His efforts to give young people recognition in policy-making are indispensable.
  • Though still young, he could well realize how indispensable a good style is for literary success. Cited from Donahoe's Magazine, Volume 15, No. 1, January 1886, by Various
  • It is also an indispensable source for those who conduct research on Chinese economy.
  • Air transport has become an indispensable part of modern society.
  • As a rule they have, by experience and attention to duty, become almost indispensable to the public service. Cited from Recollections of Forty Years in the House, Senate and Cabinet, Sherman
  • This makes information security an indispensable part of all the business operations across different domains.
  • It is also indispensable for the details of social history which it contains.
  • For this reason, knowledge of Roman law is indispensable to understand the legal systems of today.
  • Her second single was the song that gives name to the album "Indispensable."
  • She becomes his indispensable aide, and he calls her for every little thing.
  • The double bass plays an indispensable part in both classical and jazz music forms.
  • He considered local guides indispensable and he looked on them as friends and employed the same men year after year.
  • They are indispensable to any student of present American life.
  • They are considered to be indispensable to preparing their members for the goal of faith.
  • Having gained confidence in his game, Robert became an indispensable player.
  • Education today has been recognized as the way of life and is indispensable for its benefits are reaching.
  • The was indispensable for supply purposes, although it limited the freedom of movement of the army.
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Meaning of indispensable

  • adjective Not to be dispensed with; essential
    foods indispensable to good nutrition