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necessary

adj., adv. 1) essential. 2) less forcefully, it can mean convenient, useful, or making good sense.

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(M3) If R is an external relation, then R is not necessary. If Rab is external, then it is not the case that (x) ([logical not] Rxb) entails (x [not equal to] a).
The Court did not list what types of evidence is sufficient to prove that the damages were "reasonable and necessary," but the opinion referenced those terms on numerous occasions.
As used by the Navy, the process results in a list of the KSAs associated with each enlisted job, allowing us to determine what our sailors are capable of doing and what training is necessary for them to work on the various platforms or in various jobs.
The Catholic Church has always recognized marriages between the nonbaptized that become a Christian sacrament through the baptism of the spouses; nor does she have doubts about the validity of the marriage of a Catholic with a non-baptized person if it is celebrated with the necessary dispensation.
Most necessary reform: I'm less interested in the label put on a reform and more interested in getting the framework for evaluation right.
In order to measure A it is necessary not only to determine the neutron polarization and but also which of the two detectors the electron struck first.
A: The amount of protected health information (PHI) your staff is using, disclosing, or requesting is subject to the minimum necessary provision of the HIPAA regulations.
has shown that effective control of rating error has three necessary components: management commitment, error evaluation and mobilization of new technologies.
Test adaptations were necessary to align the instrument with the developmental level and interest of participants (see Table 5 for list of items).
However, when the clinician needs to perform a more detailed evaluation (e.g., examination of the lower trachea and distal airways), additional anesthesia is necessary. The clinician has several options, including (1) topical 4% lidocaine spray, usually delivered through the side channel of an endoscope or through an Abraham cannula, (2) nebulized lidocaine, and (3) lidocaine instillation through a cricothyroid puncture.
Over the ensuing years, Ethernet networks gained the speed (100 Mb/s and 1Gb/s) necessary to support storage traffic, leading vendors to continue the quest to network storage over Ethernet.