But that only makes the task of doing so all the more imperative .
What's needed in this political setting, say forum participants, is a moral imperative that trumps sheer economic concerns.
Their relation sometimes shows that the imperative is no longer the consequence of the indicative, but an inseparable part of the kerygmatic indicative.
The drama of history and biography is sacrificed to the imperative of ‘covering’ everything in a single volume.
The authors concluded that it was imperative that current road safety programmes, including random breath testing, be fully implemented.
As you can see, we haven't got very far in meeting our moral obligations under this imperative .
The imperative now is to draw up a treaty to prevent such disasters ever happening again.
I'm not sure of the imperative , but by gosh, we're posting, posting, posting like we're determined to reach that destination.
However, here everyday lines and notational devices are freed from the imperative to represent directly.
The second, related, threat is the imperative of poverty.