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necessity

 [nĕ-ses´ĭ-te]
something necessary or indispensable.
pharmaceutic necessity (pharmaceutical necessity) a substance having slight or no value therapeutically, but used in the preparation of various pharmaceuticals, including preservatives, solvents, ointment bases, and flavoring, coloring, diluting, emulsifying, and suspending agents.

necessity

See Medical necessity.
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The legally dubious doctrine of state necessity has a political dimension in Cyprus.
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Back home in Nigeria, the doctrine of necessity was applied for the very first time on 9th February, 2010 wherein the joint session of the National Assembly passed a resolution making Vice President Goodluck Jonathan, the Acting President and Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
Regardless of the degree of necessity required, the focus of the necessity is generally at the time the two parcels are severed, not when the easement is claimed.
Yet today we still suffer the push and pull between necessity and freedom.
In response, Boston Heart pointed out that it is a patient's doctor, and not the laboratory tasked with performing the physical test, who rightly determines the medical necessity of a specific test for a particular patient.
Duterte's extrajudicial methods in dealing with a perceived necessity. Indeed, after five and a half years, Duterte will be swamped with all the nasty cases, and that would include his PNP chief, some of his Cabinet members, etc.
[section]704.01 provides for two distinct easements by way of necessity, an implied grant of necessity pursuant to subsection (1), which is, essentially, a codification of the implied way of necessity arising under common law when a common grantor conveys property in a manner that creates a "landlocked" parcel of property, and a statutory way of necessity pursuant to subsection (2).
The second pivotal distinction is between two different types of "necessity." Defenses of denying compensation to owners of destroyed property commonly rely heavily on assertions that the destruction was "necessary" under the circumstances.
Necessity Funding Partners vice president of sales Howard Watsky said, "This acquisition eliminates the need for law firms to meet with their clients to sign all of the required legal funding security documents.
Specifically, households may change how much of a good or service they buy as their incomes and prices change, depending on whether they consider it a luxury or a necessity. In economics, a luxury item is a good or service for which demand increases more than proportionally as income rises.
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