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They had deliberately decided not to carry out necessary repair work on the tanker as it was due to be sold

No better draw the line I don't think it's necessary

The sheer volume of animal transport necessary means it's unlikely that this livestock

Before the cereal crops could be planted it would have been necessary to clear the forest and to break the ground by ploughing

The public has already learned those particulars of the crime which came out in the police investigation but a good deal was suppressed upon that occasion since the case for the prosecution was so overwhelmingly strong that it was not necessary to bring forward all the facts

We're only leaving the really necessary ones and they'll stay in use for a long time

Sex to the Party was only necessary to make children

It is necessary for us to know everything

They are not necessary

It was necessary in the poem

But my love for Heathcliff is like the rocks in the ground ? not beautiful, but necessary and unchanging

In a few days I'll be your father, and I'll punish you just like that, as often as necessary! When Heathcliff went out to look for our horses, Cathy and I hurried round the kitchen looking for a way to escape

St John, on the other hand, made determined efforts to discover who I was, but I, just as firmly, refused to explain more than necessary.

It was not possible to leave Paris at once, as Charles did not have the necessary papers.

I have the necessary papers to leave Paris. I was ready to go tomorrow.

They have the necessary papers, and so do you.

I wish an inquest wasn't necessary, Colonel Julyan said. but I'm afraid it is. I don't think it will take very long.

All are necessary. One strategy might be effective in one situation and another might apply to another task.

With practice, you can learn any behavior or develop any habit that you consider either desirable or necessary.

but the blind man refused to hear of it, quite unnecessary, all he wanted was that someone might accompany him to the entrance of the building where he lived.

The doctor pretended not to hear, got off the revolving stool on which he had been seated to carry out the examination, and, standing up, he wrote out on his prescription pad the tests and analyses he judged to be necessary.

Dogsleds were the only way to deliver food, mail, and other necessary things.

They can depict the physical features of the entire planet if necessary, or, just a small part of it in much greater detail.

Although the boy had developed a superstition that each time he opened the book he would learn something important, he decided it was an unnecessary burden.

The expert never has complete access to the necessary information.

In today's market, those sacrifices may be necessary.

He told Reuters that election officials have taken the necessary steps to secure these systems and ensure the integrity of the process.

The necessary knowledge is that of what to observe.

I know G , the Prefect of Police, and shall have no difficulty in obtaining the necessary permission.

Should he come, it will be necessary to detain him.

farther inquiry being thus considered unnecessary.

You are aware of the great force necessary in tearing thus from the head even twenty or thirty hairs together.

Let him talk, said Dupin, who had not thought it necessary to reply.

The following day passed very pleasantly, and the next was tolerably comfortable; but on the third it became necessary for him to think of getting food for his wife, and, perhaps, for children.