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  • In add[ition], it may be nec[essary], in an all-for-all exchange, to release to the Communists the fol[lowing] classes of pers[ons]:

    How Wars end

  • But, as she had just demonstrated, words weren't nec - essary when there were other ways to relay your feel - ings.

    The Bellini Bride

  • When they entered the drawing room Arnold came to meet them, smiling affably as Cory performed the nec essary introductions.

    Rome's Revenge

  • Sir Roderick saw himself reflected in the shining steel of those cold eyes and felt himself being moved into a column of unnec - essary expenditures.

    Dragons of a Fallen Sun

  • The judge added: "An order for R1 per month for your personal needs may be reprehensible but I'm doing this to enable you to increase the amount whenever essary."

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Roland doubted if that was nec-essary, but whispers here seemed natural enough.

    Wizard and Glass

  • For one thing, she hadn't been tough enough, minded enough, to make the choices that had to be made, essary choices.

    Delta Search

  • He didn't want Fawn Seaforth in his room any more than was nec-essary.

    The Howling Stones

  • Notes for this essary are recorded in my War Log Book.

    Moosburg Online: Stalag VII A (Oral history: Chaffin)

  • "All essary steps will be taken to ensure the safety of witnesses within the context of the witness protection programme,"

    ANC Daily News Briefing


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