And in 1939, the MOMA building opened that he was instrumental in designing and building.
During her bid for the presidency last year, she told NPR that she had been “instrumental” in the peace process.
Obama was instrumental in helping Wu establish himself as as designer.
From everything I witnessed, Steve was instrumental to the defense of her reputation from unfair attacks throughout the campaign.
“The outside forces that have been instrumental in the slaughter in Syria speak in a Persian accent,” concluded Prosor.
The instrumental part of the performance is excellent; but of it, we have not room to-day to speak.
The trade with England depends on the peace which we have been instrumental in preserving.
It was a dance in which only the olapa took part without the aid of instrumental accompaniment.
He was the man who had been instrumental in taking her husband148 away from her.
So much for Abaelard as sheer logician, formal adjuster of the instrumental processes of thinking.
late 14c., "of the nature of an instrument," from Old French instrumental, from Medieval Latin instrumentalis, from Latin instrumentum (see instrument). Meaning "serviceable, useful" is from c.1600. Of music, c.1500; noun meaning "musical composition for instruments only" is attested by 1940. Related: Instrumentally; instrumentality.