01. The source of the flavor in vanilla is an aromatic [essence] which forms on the outside of the seed pod.
02. Good social skills are the [essence] of effective personnel management.
03. From 4,000 kilograms of roses, which totals about 55,000 blossoms, one kilogram of costly rose [essence] can be extracted to be used as a component in perfumes.
04. The church music of Giovanni Pierluigi de Palestrina captures the [essence] of the sober, conservative aspect of his era.
05. Spirited debate and competition are the [essence] of creativity.
06. The [essence] of the Buddha's teaching is contained in the practice of meditation.
07. J. Robert Oppenheimer once said that the true scientist never loses the faculty of amusement. It is the [essence] of his being.
08. Jazz musician Nnamdi Azikiwe once said that originality is the [essence] of true scholarship.
09. We treat various illnesses using the [essences] of flowers to promote healing on the mental, emotional and spiritual levels.
10. Our literature prof was the [essence] of wisdom and really helped us to develop our insights into the hidden meaning of what we were reading.
11. Henry Makow once suggested that the [essence] of manhood is to lead and support a loving family.
12. This cookbook captures the [essence] of Indian cuisine, with delicious yet simple recipes for both vegetarians and meat-eaters alike.
13. The desire for truth is the [essence] of the learning process.
14. The healing properties of flower [essences] are made possible through the life force of the flowers.
15. Love for and acceptance of others forms the [essence] of God's message to mankind.
16. Vincent Van Gogh once stated that love is something eternal; the aspect may change, but not the [essence].
17. Freedom of speech is the very [essence] of democracy, though that sometimes seems to be forgotten by those who don't agree with what others have to say.
18. Aristotle believed that there is a difference between the form of a thing and its [essence], which he considered to be that which is not common to anything else.
19. The [essence] of good manners is consideration for other people.

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