A person feels vitally threatened if for any reason, internal or external, the compulsive pursuits are ineffective.
Along with the educational system, these are both vitally important for nurturing the country's human capital.
On the other hand, the financial stance of Russia remains vitally dependent on the situation in the global oil market.
She wanted him as vitally as she had ever wanted Guillaume.
The Gospel remains vitally relevant and full of challenges.
'Yes, Fred, so it's vitally important for you to stay on guard out here,' he said.
Mr President, chemicals are important, indeed vitally so.
(RO) The spotlight has been turned recently on vitally important elements regarding the European Union of innovation.
. (FR) Mr President, this report is vitally important.
Accordingly, it is vitally important that they can communicate in at least two languages other than their mother tongue.
to a vital degree