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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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Mahsun's mother AyE-e E[currency]amgil says that until now they couldn't get necessary treatment for Mahsun, because of the destitution of their family.
Medical teams were sent into the mosque, earlier today, to transfer the injured to the nearest hospital to receive necessary treatment.
Prisoner Shanyour has lost sight in his right eye in 2009 in the Israeli jails, and now he started to have problems in his other eye and needs a surgery, while the Israeli prison administration continues to refuse to offer him the necessary treatment.
The other two, including the female driver, also sustained minor injuries, but they were discharged from hospital after receiving the necessary treatment, the official added.
The agreements included shifting Shleem Health Centre to a hospital with 14 beds, doctors' residence and nursing staff to serve the patients who currently travel for more than 300 Kilometers to Salalah to receive the necessary treatment.
Nguyen Thi Ngoc Mai was first diagnosed with Werner syndrome aged 10, but because of her parent's financial constraints, she was unable to undergo the necessary treatment.
However, Health Minister James Reilly said that where blood tests form part of the investigation and necessary treatment of patients' symptoms or conditions, these should be provided free of charge to medical card and GP visit card holders.
England are merely cast as the pantomime villain in Wales and are accorded the necessary treatment.
He added that the patients were given the necessary treatment and samples were taken for laboratory tests, noting that all of the patients had left the hospital and they were in good to fair conditions.
The doctor added that he is receiving the necessary treatment and his health condition is improving gradually.
Behdad also announced that the RC has dispatched its first medical team and relief squad, including five physicians, three nurses and six aid workers equipped with the necessary treatment and surgical tools, to the quake-stricken Haiti via Venezuela.
The five persons received necessary treatment at the general chest hospital and their condition are stable," he added.