raison|raisons in English

noun

['reɪzəʊn /-zɔ̃]

reason (French)

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1. Luo: It's raison d'etre, that is.

2. Economic clout is Taiwan's raison d'etre.

3. Work seems to be her sole raison d'etre.

4. Work seems to be her raison d'etre.

5. Vous savez, le TCF n'est pas un examen facile pour plusieurs raisons.

6. My whole raison d'etre is geared towards Chelsea losing the Premiership.

7. Its name is the big clue to this village's raison d'etre.

8. The large public piazza is the raison d'etre of the development.

9. In many ways, interoperability between systems is the raison d'etre of Web Services.

10. As artists, we are always asked for the raison d'etre in our work.

11. More exotic examples, and the raison d'être of topos theory, come from algebraic geometry.

12. Its raison d'etre is to make animation and timing as simple as possible.

13. Indeed it's the raison d'etre of the Time Honored Chinese Brand Shopping Mall in Pudong.

14. But movies will remain the raison d'etre of the back-from-the-dead Hammer.

15. Raison uses a made-up accent to voice the character, reflective of her Nevarran origins.

16. The existence of a thing more than two thousand years, will have its raison d'etre.

17. Secondly, the acceptance of unilateralism represents the absolute negation of the United Nations and its raison d'être

18. These enterprises is not entirely a matter of large companies, but certainly has its raison d'etre.

19. Get some assorted nuts, raisons (or other dried fruit), and maybe some carob chips or yogurt chips if you have the sweet tooth.

20. In fact, is an immune organ tonsil is part of the immune system, it has its raison d'etre.

21. Secondly, the acceptance of unilateralism represents the absolute negation of the United Nations and its raison d’être.

22. After all, XML is a structured language, so structuring and organizing information is the raison d'etre of XML.

23. I've been thinking just how wretched it would be if my own raison d'être were taken from me.

24. This essay expounds its genres, nature, structure, grammatical function, its raison d'etre, ways of and principles underlying its formation, as well as its standardization.

25. You have a - you have to have a raison d'etre - that means more to you than anybody else in the world.