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1) Patience is a sine qua non for a good teacher.
2) Trust is a sine qua non for any counselling.
3) The control of inflation is a sine qua non for economic stability.
4) Successful agricultural reform is also a sine qua non of Mexico's modernisation.
5) TV coverage is the sine qua non of a sport if it is to thrive.
6) An interest in children is a sine qua non of teaching.
7) Prevention of depression and inflation remains a sine qua non for economic security.
8) Strength of character is the sine qua non of leadership.
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10) Sugar is a sine qua non ingredient in any kind of cake.
11) Agreement by the management is a t sine qua non of all employment contract.
12) I also do not give much weight to enthusiastic endorsements-empirical support is a sine qua non.
13) Some land reforms have embraced soil conservation as a sine qua non of long term productivity gains by land reform beneficiaries.
14) All this, he writes, " began with water, the sine qua non of any civilization. "
15) U.S. capital reserve study is to obtain a visa sine qua non.
16) In the art of puBlic speaking, clear diction is a sine qua non.
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