vital principle în Japoneză
That cannot be violated; it is a vital principle.
The vital principle of primum non nocere cannot be reserved only to allopathic therapy but must apply to the art of curing in all forms.
As a primary guarantee underpinning the exercise of the other fundamental rights and freedoms, the right to a judge goes hand in hand with the general notion of the law as the embodiment of the vital principle of non-denial of justice.
If consensus is considered such a vital principle, why not adopt it in the Security Council - with the abolition of the veto - for taking all important decisions?
I do not want to have just one super-Commissioner in my Commission - I would like to have 24 super-Commissioners, because I believe that there is a vital principle at stake here: the principle of collegiality.
It is thus in the common interest of the peace-making forces on both sides, which are lastingly interdependent, to stop Mr Netanyahu and the extremists he relies on burying the vital principle of land for peace whilst there is still time.
Some participants were concerned that in the rush to achieve ambitious development targets, Governments might ignore the vital principle of free, prior and informed consent.
The vital principle and animating force within every human being.
This is a vital principle and not a simple management tool.
While this partnership was premised on shared responsibility, it did not ignore the vital principle of common but differentiated obligations.
Sinonimea hypothetical force to which the functions and qualities peculiar to living things are sometimes ascribed: spirit, causal agency, causal agent, cause, life principle