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Synonyms for necessary

Synonyms for necessary

incapable of being dispensed with

imposed on one by authority, command, or convention

Synonyms for necessary

absolutely essential

unavoidably determined by prior circumstances

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only the part ordinary and necessary to its operation).
Before calling in architects and contractors, physician executives must roll up their sleeves and do the hard work necessary to:
Most necessary reform: Choice is a necessary but insufficient condition for the creation of an education marketplace.
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.
Bank has committed to make available to the Board such information on the operations of Bank and any of its affiliates that the Board deems necessary to determine and enforce compliance with the IBA, the Bank Holding Company Act, and other applicable federal law.
However, when a prolonged examination is necessary or a biopsy is planned, a flexible endoscope with a side channel is usually necessary.
Second, do we have the necessary financial and personnel resources?
A method should be validated when it is necessary to verify that its performance parameters are adequate for use for a particular analytical problem.
Even so, the court permitted the taxpayer to deduct the fees as ordinary and necessary employee business expenses.
The representative offices will not make any credit decisions; will not have responsibility for the execution, delivery, or performance of any contract; and will not bind Bank to any contract other than contracts necessary for the operation of the offices, such as leases and personnel contracts.
Demonstrating through a proof of principal, the necessary process changes that were required to adopt this new effort.