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Synonyms for necessity

that which provides a reason or justification

a condition in which something necessary or desirable is required or wanted

Synonyms for necessity

the condition of being essential or indispensable

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'KIDA's main objective is to cover the cost of living through financial assistance to purchase basic necessities and healthcare benefits for the poor and hardcorde poor mothers in this state.
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The company said earlier this month that Bare Necessities will remain as a stand-alone site.
DTI said the price control would be in effect for 60 days for basic necessities, and 15 days for LPG and kerosene.
The income effect would imply that to the extent possible, households will spend a greater share of their income on luxuries as their income increases and less on necessities. Age factors into the picture such that, as people grow older and their wealth increases, a greater share of their income goes toward the purchase of luxury items (table 1).
Kokab Iqbal Advocate pleaded before the court that government is responsible of providing basic necessities of life to people, however in Thar innocent children are dying due to malnutrition but the no concrete measures have been taken yet.
International Development Secretary, Justine Greening, who is supporting the appeal, said: "Around 28 million people in Bangladesh live in extreme poverty, unable to access the basic necessities that so many of us take for granted.
The items included in agricultural necessities are: rice, corn, cooking oil, fish, fresh eggs, pork, beef, poultry, fresh milk, vegetables, fruits, root crops and sugar.
Luxuries unlike necessities, are not owned by everybody, and thus tend to be relatively more conspicuous [1].
The [1894] version only requires that the Governor "certifies the necessity of immediate passage" without any explanation of why or what factors constitute the necessities. The present version requires that same certification as well as requiring the facts giving rise to the necessity.
My idea is that a good theory of necessity is not to be a theory of a kind of necessity or a set of theories, each for a detailed case, but a theory that explains what is to be necessity in general, and only then elucidate what the reason is for the variety of necessities and how to deal with them.
(33) See Alon Harel & Assaf Sharon, '"Necessity Knows No Law': On Extreme Cases and Un-codifiable Necessities" (Paper delivered at the Constitutionalism and the Criminal Law Workshop, University of Toronto, 12 September 2009) [unpublished] at 11 (writing that incorporating the exception into the law normalizes the exception).
The Democratic Party of Japan's policy chief Seiji Maehara said Sunday that a lower sales tax rate for daily necessities is worth discussing in the Diet, where deliberations began two days earlier on bills related to the ruling party's sales tax reform.
Only contingent, micrological necessities: contingent necessity.