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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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Sed omnis potentia passiva ex necessitate movetur a suo activo, si sit sufficiens.
During the meeting, they discussed the latest developments in the Arab region which necessitate the unification and coordination of efforts at all levels of coordination of joint Arab actions.
This necessitates solutions which are ideally matched to the respective sealing task.
Although revenue concerns may necessitate a phase-out of the estate tax rather than immediate repeal, phase-outs result in a great deal of uncertainty, significant transition issues, and additional and costly planning by taxpayers.
Occasionally, taxpayers will purchase property with pre-existing conditions that necessitate clean-up expenditures.
The single polymer is said to have the capacity to meet property requirements that often necessitate the use of two or more grades of EPDM.
Gallstones necessitate nearly all gallbladder removal surgery.
The Air Force can issue orders totaling up to the maximum amount indicated above, though actual requirements may necessitate less than this amount.
This is said to result in a single polymer with the capacity of meeting property requirements that often necessitate the use of two or more grades of EPDM, according to the literature.
One can draw, paint, sculpt, or digitally illustrate what doesn't exist, but photo-based practices generally necessitate that someone or something be there to be photographed.
The passive loss rules necessitate rethinking whether segregating activities is always desirable.
"Climate change will remain a serious long-term problem that will necessitate further action," they said.