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to have as a need or prerequisite

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cause to be a concomitant

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Summary: Interior Minister Nouhad Machnouk said Monday Lebanon was going through "delicate times" that necessitate solidarity among all state bodies to ensure the security and safety of the Lebanese.
The principle is: He who initiates physical force is morally responsible for the destructive consequences of the retaliatory force he thereby necessitates.
We have always been very clear; the peaceful solution in Syria necessitates the departure of Assad," he said, following a meeting with his Kuwaiti counterpart.
He stressed that the current period necessitates the participation of the displaced, refugees and the Darfur community leaderships in solving the issue
This necessitates solutions which are ideally matched to the respective sealing task.
ISO 14001-2004 certification necessitates that a company has an environmental policy in place that states its intentions and commitment to environmental performance as well as a plan for analyzing the environmental impact of its operation with the goal of continual improvement.
Effective prevention of STDs and HIV necessitates large-scale social, cultural, and economic changes and female-controlled prevention, such as microbicides.
Although PCI Express boasts greater I/O bandwidth per pin than prior PCI bus family members, the faster bit rate for PCI Express necessitates using different layout techniques.
Plays of interior and exterior, positive and negative, absence and presence define the work, as absent content (say, books) necessitates tiny empty spaces (compartments, corridors) that take positive form (boxes, tubes) and function as line and shape carving up the air around them.
This often necessitates large outlays of capital at the onset of the project for items such as replacement and/or relocation of sewer lines, upgrading of telephone, electric and cable wiring, repaving and re-routing of roadways, demolition of older buildings, and major environmental site clean-ups.
The patient's hearing fluctuated; it was excellent when the ear was well aerated, and it was worse when there was a seromucinous build-up, which necessitates paracentesis or placement of a tympanostomy tube.
This trend necessitates a change in the manner in which counseling students, school counselors, professional counselors, counselor educators, and educational researchers are taught personality assessment.
Therefore, significant reform of the transfer tax system necessitates an examination of the impact of such transfer tax changes on the income tax system, and how both systems affect complexity, taxpayer compliance burdens, ease of administration, and revenue.
This necessitates input into the decisions by both clinical and technical staff so that the policy adopted is both understood and supported.
Delegation/Participation: Competing today necessitates continuous adjustments to processes that can be accomplished only by delegating responsibility all the way to the factory floor.