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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. So says the law of causality.
"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
He or she can act as the person primarily responsible to cover clinical audiologic needs or can serve as an additional tester when volume necessitates. In most circumstances, the audiologist is present and performing other duties while the otologic technician is testing.
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.
This necessitates discussions with many institutions, and in the case of condominium construction financing, we speak with approximately 20 institutions for each project.
Although the words conjuring this scenario are bare-bones, the reading process occasioned by True Story is hardly straight-forward: The sentences intersect and carom off, and other words are visible behind those that one reads, which necessitates a head-bobbing, over-and-under perambulation through the work.
Effective prevention of STDs and HIV necessitates large-scale social, cultural, and economic changes and female-controlled prevention, such as microbicides.
When the war in Europe necessitates a return to Ireland, Ursula inherits the family farm, which provides her with a home and income in her state of disgrace as an unwed mother.
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.
The new rules demand that records managers familiarize themselves with information technology concepts in order to implement and maintain the records and information management policies that Sarbanes-Oxley necessitates.
Nevertheless, treating a few sick birds necessitates treating an entire flock of 300,000.
Moreover, Judge Smith ruled that government regulation making it impossible to exercise these rights amounts to a "taking" and necessitates that government justly compensate the property owners.