kri tuh ka luh tee
n a state of critical urgency
n a critical state; especially the point at which a nuclear reaction is self-sustaining
They are maintained meticulously -- because of the criticality of every component.
The underlying premise of the show is that there has been a division between the conceptual and the perceptual, between the " criticality" crowd and the beauty crowd.
Moreover, some of them are among the more than 1,500 " criticality 1" parts -- that is, items without backup whose failure could end the mission, perhaps catastrophically.
Pervez Musharraf in Hindustan Times Kindly understand the criticality of the situation in Pakistan...... Inaction at this moment is suicidal for Pakistan,Musharraf said in a late Saturday night address to the nation justifying his decision to impose emergency.
Mark Dayton in Coon Rapids ECM Publishers When that self- criticality doesn't exist (in government) - when we're not striving to improve the quality of services - I get very impatient,said Dayton.
Jaswant Singh in Sify His condition has improved and is stable although there is still criticality. He recognised his family. These signs have raised hope,Singh said.