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to have as a need or prerequisite

Synonyms for necessitate

cause to be a concomitant

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With the economy necessitating lean manufacturing and just-in-time market strategies, the company has released CureBuilder software.
16) As blacks moved, some families became physically separated for long periods of time, necessitating new strategies to maintain economic and emotional connections.
Thus, unlike the costs incurred in Plainfield-Union, the costs incurred to remove asbestos from the taxpayer's boiler house did not return the property to the state that it was in before the condition necessitating the expenditure arose.
the Court found that the modification of laundry room hours from 24 hours to 18 hours a day, modification of playground hours, and curtailment of access by messengers at 301 West 53rd Street could not be "rationally viewed as a failure to maintain required services necessitating rental adjustment pursuant to the Rent Stabilization Code.
Judge Sticht found the jury verdicts in an earlier trial so "irreconcilably inconsistent" as to be "blatantly erroneous," necessitating new trials for both liability and damages.
Palpitations can fade spontaneously after just one minute or continue for hours -- sometimes necessitating a trip to the emergency room.
The network design, along with other nodal complexities, is necessitating a scheme for the correction of channel errors.
Provide the contract time soon established , and the equipment for each necessitating the manual in French in detail in Section 7 as well as those that would be useful such as:
Although the source of the wave is destroyed, the information about how to create it survives, necessitating at least a third volume in this excellent Star Trek series.
The IRS's use of property's pre-expenditure state as the baseline for determining whether there has been an increase in value was inconsistent with a large body of case law that holds that the proper comparison is between the post-clean-up value of the property and the value of the property before the occurrence of the condition necessitating the expenditure.
However, when the expenditures merely return the property to its value before the event necessitating the repair occurred, such costs are currently deductible.
In the safety area, gasohol, unlike gasoline, can form a flammable mixture in the fuel tank, necessitating the use of special fire-resisting systems around the tank.
However, the use of these synthetic implants is undermined by Staphylococcus bacteria, which are able to infect nearly all polymers, often necessitating their removal from the body.
Each acquisition increased Brainhunter's revenue by greater than 20%, thus necessitating the additional audits.
In the past three months, bunker fuel prices have risen over 10 percent, necessitating this new adjustment.