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The problem involved military necessity as much as morality, for in pre-penicillin days venereal disease was a crippling disability.
In 1947 and 1948 the necessity of massive coordinated efforts to achieve economic recovery led to the formation of the Organization for European Economic Cooperation to supervise and coordinate the uses of American aid under the Marshall Plan.
From necessity, they are also inspired by the `` hard-sell '' attitude of the sponsor, so, finally, it is the sponsor who must take the responsibility for the good or bad taste of his advertising.
One effect of the spirited give-and-take of these discussions was to focus attention on practical applications and the necessity of being armed with the facts: knowledge of the destructive force of even the tiniest `` tactical '' atomic weapon would have a bearing on judgments as to the advisability of its use -- to defend Berlin, for example ; ;
And thus torn between his desire to be known as the composer of a successful opera and the necessity of remaining true to his proclaimed desire for anonymity, Rousseau suffered through several painful weeks.
Recent events -- particularly the necessity of providing planning information for the statewide origin/destination study of the Department of Public Works -- indicate that this schedule will have to be accelerated.
If this attitude is seriously questioned in the Soviet Union, it does not necessarily follow that the majority of the society in which I live is too aware of the necessity for clarity on this ethical as well as aesthetic point of view.
Once many significant phrases are found in theory or in recurrent practice to provide for prosodic necessity, they are not to be defended for their semantic properties in isolated contexts.
Each seems to strive for elimination of the necessity for the others.
This is stated to emphasize the necessity for an over-all concept of submarine defense, one which would provide positions of relative importance to ASW elements based on projected potentialities.
`` As to the necessity '', the committee declared, `` for some form of effective control of the size of the family and the spacing of children, and consequently of control of conception, there can be no question.
He felt a puppyish need for company as strong as his earlier necessity for quiet.
In copyright law, there is a necessity for little flexibility as to what constitutes authorship.
The Augustinian, Thomist, Lutheran, and Calvinist theological traditions all emphasize the necessity of God's undeserved grace for salvation, and reject so-called Pelagianism, which would make man earn salvation through good works.
* Arminianism denies Jesus ' substitutionary payment for sins – Both Arminius and Wesley believed in the necessity and sufficiency of Christ's atonement through penal substitution.
The necessity for defence from attacks ( for monastic houses tended to accumulate rich gifts ), economy of space and convenience of access from one part of the community to another, by degrees dictated a more compact and orderly arrangement of the buildings of a monastic coenobium.
" The conditions of human society create for this an imperious demand ; the concentration of capital is a necessity for meeting the demands of our day, and as such should not be looked at askance, but be encouraged.
The necessity to promote a healthier ecosystem for the people through the rehabilitation and regreening of the environment was stressed in Proclamation No. 643 that amended Proclamation No. 396 of June 2, 2003.
Of all the causes of defection, that connected with arrears of tribute and vessels, and with failure of service, was the chief ; for the Athenians were very severe and exacting, and made themselves offensive by applying the screw of necessity to men who were not used to and in fact not disposed for any continuous labor.

necessity and keeping
I strongly recommend to the Congress the avoidance of mandatory floors on the size of the reserve components so that we may have the flexibility to make adjustments in keeping with military necessity.
This annual act recites the illegality of a standing army in time of peace unless with the consent of parliament, and the necessity nevertheless of maintaining a certain number of land forces ( exclusive of those serving in India ) and a body of royal marine forces on shore, and of keeping them in exact discipline, and it brings into force the Army Act for one year.
Driven by the desperate necessity of keeping Britain supplied, technologies for the detection and destruction of submarines was advanced at high priority.
An inherent weakness of the matchlock was the necessity of keeping the match constantly lit.
* It was used by the English philosopher Francis Bacon, who referred to it as the necessity of " keeping the eye steadily fixed upon the facts of nature and so receiving the images simply as they are.
However, in keeping with the necessity to follow best practice in creating standardised steam locomotives, they utilised a variation of both boiler and trailing wheel of the Merchant Navy Class, while weight was kept within the margins laid down by the Light Pacifics, all of which were designed by Oliver Bulleid.
Later, Ambassador Susan E. Rice reiterated the need to strengthen the “ capacity of the organization to engage effectively in complex peace operations, at a time when the burdens and challenges placed on the institution are greater than ever .” Similarly, to assist and protect the civilians caught in conflicts, the United States claimed to be “ deeply committed to supporting and advancing international humanitarian law .” In order to uphold this commitment, the international community has specific tasks it must undertake: “ preventing conflicts, in the first place, keeping existing conflicts from escalating to mass atrocities, acting early and decisively when they occur, and ensuring that peace-building and post-conflict assistance consolidates peace durably once the conflict ends .” Lastly, Rice confirmed the necessity of PKO ’ s to end violations of international humanitarian law and to safeguard civilians.
NS subsequently joined the newly-formed pro-Yugoslavian Together for Yugoslavia of Predrag Bulatović of the reformed SNP, which based itself on countering this alliance's newfound independentist ideology, emphasizing the necessity of keeping the state together with Serbia.

necessity and can
Some of the poetic cadence of the older version certainly is lost in the newer one, but almost anyone, with a fair knowledge of the English language, can understand the meaning, without the necessity of interpretation by a Biblical scholar.
However, he thinks that these too occur out of necessity since an outside observer can see the same regularity that he would in a purely physical system.
Only ordained priests can administer it, and " any priest may carry the holy oil with him, so that in a case of necessity he can administer the sacrament of anointing of the sick.
For example, the methodology attempts to determine the cognitive capacity of animals through observation without the necessity that this observation be regulated or controlled as in an experiment ; however, behavior in an experiment can be interpreted using the methodology.
Rather, it is a conceptual system possessing internal necessity that can only be so and by no means otherwise.
Rather, it is a conceptual system possessing internal necessity that can only be so and by no means otherwise.
Many students of democracy have desired to improve education in order to improve the quality of governance in democratic societies ; the necessity of good public education follows logically if one believes that the quality of democratic governance depends on the ability of citizens to make informed, intelligent choices, and that education can improve these abilities.
However, because the declaration of necessity must be executed under penalty of perjury, it can expose an attorney to personal sanctions for propounding an excessive number of harassing and burdensome interrogatories.
While some have criticized Bukharin for this apparent U-turn, his change of emphasis can be partially explained by the necessity for peace and stability following seven years of war in Russia, and the failure of Communist Revolutions in Central and Eastern Europe, which ended the prospect of worldwide revolution.
It is here where it can be argued that it's impossible to get a higher or maximum concept of God since existence, as an entity itself, would be the totality of causality, every force to cause, every effect from cause, everything in and of existence, every governing rule or law, every property and attribute, and the very necessity and essence value of all there is, was, could be, or ever will be.
Work, an activity generally performed out of economic necessity and useful for society and organized within the economic framework, however can also be pleasurable and may be self-imposed thus blurring the distinction to recreation.
Phrases such as " It is vain to do with more what can be done with fewer " and " A plurality is not to be posited without necessity " were commonplace in 13th-century scholastic writing.
Modality expresses the speaker's attitude toward the action or state given by the verb, especially with regard to degree of necessity, obligation, or permission (" You must go ", " You should go ", " You may go "), determination or willingness (" I will do this no matter what "), degree of probability (" It must be raining by now ", " It may be raining ", " It might be raining "), or ability (" I can speak French ").
Perloff, who has written at length about the necessity of poetic works responding to and taking advantage of contemporary computer technologies, has written of Viola as an example of how new technology — in his case, the video camera — can create entirely new aesthetic criteria and possibilities that did not exist in previous
While acceptance of this premise can lead to the conclusion that a god must exist, the argument itself provides no demonstrated necessity to accept the premise.
Nor can such doubts, when any reasonably exist, be safely and rationally solved without a reference to that history, for in it is found the occasion and the necessity for recurring again to the great source of power in this country, the people of the States, for additional guarantees of human rights, additional powers to the Federal government ; additional restraints upon those of the States.
There is no longer any social necessity for human beings to be treated as mechanical elements in the productive process ; that can be overcome and we must overcome it to be a society of freedom and free association, in which the creative urge that I consider intrinsic to human nature will in fact be able to realize itself in whatever way it will.
For instance, a knowledge-based engineering system can enhance its operational aspect and thereby its stability through more involvement by the SME, thereby opening up issues of limits that are related to being human, in the sense that, many times, computational results have to be taken at face value due to several factors ( hence the duck test's necessity arises ) that even an expert cannot overcome.
The compromised immune system of orphaned kittens ( from lack of antibodies found naturally in the mother's milk ) can make them especially susceptible to infections, making antibiotics a necessity when caring for such kittens.
But not even the gods can resist necessity.
As for the necessity to appeal to an intersubjective reality, a solipsist could say that there can be no intersubjectivity because there is not subjectivity at all, it could be said that no one is truly real, therefore they have no subjectivity whatsoever.
Examination of a stained blood smear using a microscope can also be helpful, and is sometimes a necessity in regions of the world where automated analysis is less accessible.

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