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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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The verb need often suggests urgency, stressing the necessity of supplying what is lacking: to need an operation, better food, a match to light the fire. Require, which expresses necessity as strongly as need, occurs most frequently in serious or formal contexts: Your presence at the hearing is required. Successful experimentation requires careful attention to detail. Lack means to be without or to have less than a desirable quantity of something: to lack courage, sufficient money, enough members to make a quorum. 

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Vosloo led the drafting of a new set of guidelines from Unicef designed to help governments and companies develop AI policies that consider children’s needs.
That raises the question of a marketer’s need for NBCU’s measurement program if it already has one in place.
The project will be the first in the county to recycle wastewater, providing more than 32 percent of the city’s needs, according to a Wednesday press release.
It seemed like there was no need for the justification because of the decree.
The ability to develop digital capabilities quickly will continue to be critical for meeting customer needs and ensuring survival for your organization.
There’s no need to have a live virus multiplying inside you.
When you’re building a company, the last thing you expect is the need to scale down and to lay off employees.
Nevertheless, our company remains committed to providing services that meet the real needs of our customers as an internet service provider.
So it’s literally like we have decided to allow anything so that we don’t have to lie about anything and even when there is no need to lie, she’s still telling lies.
MAKING POLY LESS OF A PAIN IN THE ASSEUGENE ROBINSONSEPTEMBER 14, 2020OZY
Some chefs, like David Kinch of Manresa in Los Gatos, California, and Rich Landau of Vedge in Philadelphia, withdrew their names to make a point about the need for unity across the industry.

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nonesuchnoun | [nuhn-suhch ]SEE DEFINITION