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to have as a need or prerequisite

Synonyms for necessitate

cause to be a concomitant

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The price hike has been necessitated owing to increase in commodity prices and conversion costs," read a statement released by the company.
Hamas is morally responsible for all the deaths and all the destruction resulting from the retaliatory force necessitated by Hamas's assaults on Israel.
Failure to properly record the H-1B Nonimmigrant Petitioner Fees (H-1B) account funds for fiscal years 1999 through 2003 led to the material misstatement of about $216 million that necessitated the restatements of NSF's originally issued fiscal year 2003 Balance Sheet and Statement of Changes in Net Position.
The wear and tear on the engine and APU necessitated the ESV.
At the age of 4 years, she developed a generalized paralysis that necessitated hospital admission and prolonged ventilatory support.
The effort is within scope of the existing contract and necessitated by requirement/design changes that meet National Security Agency (NSA) security requirements that have been validated by Air Force Space Command, AFSPC/DRN.
That necessitated the six-month extension to the current contract.
The expansion reportedly was necessitated by growing usage of precolored airbag materials and special TPOs for building construction.
Just as the evolution of the computer networking market necessitated purpose-built routers and switches, the evolution of the storage networking market is necessitating a new integrated platform in order to meet performance, high availability, scalability, and ease of management requirements.
WASHINGTON--Winter weather caused power outages that necessitated cancellation of the gala debut of Roudolf Kharatian's Arka Ballet on January 15.
A declining, aging slave population was now working longer and harder in response to the demands necessitated by the elimination of coffee and cotton production and the emergence of sugar cultivation as the major export crop.
Instead, they needed to work for wages, which necessitated help with childcare, frequently drawing other family members from the South.
Under the facts of this ruling, the appropriate test for determining whether the expenditures increase the value of property is to compare the status of the asset after the expenditure with the status of that asset before the condition arose that necessitated the expenditure (i.
The concept of abortion "rights" has necessitated a redefinition of the human person; the concepts of sexual orientation and homosexual "rights" have necessitated the redefinition of marriage and the family.
In recent years continuing evidence that the background is strictly isotropic, the same in all directions, has necessitated serious revisions of the Big Bang, the so-called inflationary Big Bang theories.