primordial in Engels
adj. primordial, paramount; primeval, primary
adj. capital; primordial, primitive
I can see several primordial reptilian traits.
It wasn’t my magic; the Primordial Power itself decided whether to affirm a magician’s words.
The Commission has always recognised the primordial role of services of general interest.
The Council is of the opinion that a primordial element in combating social exclusion is the reduction of unemployment.
The report further highlights the primordial role of regional policy.
The first centuries of superluminal space exploration proved that neighbouring space was mostly desert as other life discovered was in a primordial state.
We therefore reiterate the need to increase the Community budget, making the promotion of economic and social cohesion in the European Union the central and primordial objective.
Fishing is a fundamental activity for guaranteeing human beings' food and survival, and this is the primordial objective of any fisheries policy.
And in other places, like Maryland, they're trying tofigure out what the primordial ancestor is.
From the moment man first clawed his way out of the primordial ooze and kicked off his fins, he's understood that the gods require blood.