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Necessary

An expense that is appropriate and helpful in furthering the taxpayer's business or income-producing activity. See also Ordinary defined elsewhere in this glossary.
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The PDMA Sindh shall ensure provision of necessary support to line departments and DDMAs/DMCs.
(M2) If R is a necessary relation, then R is internal.
The Texas Supreme Court disagreed, however, stating the legal standard for damages is reasonable and necessary. The plaintiff 's experts merely explained their processes for arriving at the cost to repair the house by using the Xactimate program, researching local materials, and relying on information from previous jobs.
These systems are already working, say ranchers; therefore, the NAIS is not necessary. Plus, the great majority of contamination of meat (such as improperly mixing intestines or spinal material with ground beef) occurs at the processing plant, not at the farm.
By looking at the delta between what the trainee knows and what he or she needs to know, we can determine the training interventions necessary.
Some third-party financial assistance is therefore necessary, but it must be minimized because it impedes the market's effectiveness by relieving parents of direct financial responsibility.
Because the service technician utilizing the software can view remotely the necessary files at the user's plant, the technician is able to evaluate and even replace corrupted programs or data files while connected over the internet.
To protect information from web crime, methods to authenticate individuals and identify them on the web are necessary. Identification by digital certificates is the only feasible authentication method currently available.
Which means it won't be necessary to reinvent existing microwave technology in order to bring Dana's units to production.
It is not necessary to measure all the above angles because Vev can be determined from the electron energy and the proton momentum squared.
The agencies have determined that additional analysis beyond that previously contemplated is necessary before publication of an NPR.