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ne suh se ruh lee

  • r  in an essential manner
    such expenses are necessarily incurred
  • r  in such a manner as could not be otherwise
    it is necessarily so
  • r  as a highly likely consequence
    we are necessarily bound for federalism in Europe

  • In the wake of the spinach scare, even the friendliest food can seem like a biological hazard, and scrubbing alone won't necessarily wipe out pesticides or bacteria.
  • Nor will President Bush's dismal 39% approval rating necessarily drag down his party: almost half of voters (44%) were indifferent to whether their preferred Congressional .
  • Not necessarily in that order.
News & Articles

  • Your Company Needs An Enemy, And Here's The Data To Prove It
    Your antagonist doesn't necessarily need to be another business. Positioning yourself against an idea could, in fact, be the most durable approach. Social labels are like clothes: people love them when they think they look good in them, but hate them when they don’t fit well. A variety of research proves this to be the case--a study from Stanford even found that voter turnout increased when ...
    June 12, 2013 - Fast Company Magazine
  • 5NEWS Fit: Aging Healthy
    It’s not necessarily about the length of your life, but the quality. That’s why Eldridge Retirement Community in Des Moines,...
    June 12, 2013 - KFSM Ft. Smith-Fayetteville
  • Parents' Activity Unlikely to Influence Teen Fitness
    Teens don't necessarily follow in their parents' footsteps when it comes to physical activity, finds a new study in the Journal of Adolescent Health.
    June 12, 2013 - Newswise

  • President Bush in Daily Press
    The Constitution leaves the District of Columbia a variety of tools for combating [handgun violence], including some measures regulating handguns : [b]ut the enshrinement of constitutional rights necessarily takes certain policy choices off the... Antonin Scalia Mineral Wells Index Jun 27, 2008 66903 89048 necessarily A lot of people like America. They may not sometimes necessarily like the president but they like America," Bush told a reporter from Slovenia.
  • Otis Smith in FOXNews
    They still have to put pieces around those guys, and they'll have a chance. They'll have a chance,Smith said. "Remember, I go back to the Laker days when they loaded up all those guys over there but that doesn't necessarily guarantee...

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