In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1forzosamentenecesariamenteit doesn't necessarily follow that … — eso no significa forzosamente / necesariamente que …
- Cognitive decline with age is not inevitable, nor does it necessarily lead to dementia.
- She has created her own rules in a society that doesn't necessarily approve of them.
- Why do we single out sex offenders as necessarily different from other criminals?
- This totally explodes the theory of a long life necessarily being a lazy one.
- It seemed to me that this necessarily complex structure was ruined beyond recall.
- Once again, it is not the act itself that is necessarily the real problem but the cover-up.
- We had a consistency about winning but we didn't necessarily hit the heights in every game.
- Even keeping your pet in the garden isn't going to necessarily prevent an accident.
- I'm a bit pushed for time so this first edition will necessarily be a little superficial.
- They don't necessarily arrive at the start of a new season or endure until its end.
- Does the fact that something is a tradition necessarily make it more acceptable?
- Which got me to wondering, do you think that a writer necessarily has an obligation to be a Face to the public?
- This is not to say that this research is necessarily unstable and invalid, but that we simply do not know.
- If you believe in one you don't necessarily have to believe in the other and each has it's arguments.
- However, not all member states will necessarily see the constitution in that light.
- Corporates and banks are necessarily going to adapt their behaviour to the standards.
- We do not have powers which will necessarily allow us to peer into the ultimate mysteries.
- However, the fact that a species was listed did not mean it was necessarily in decline.
- Having a child isn't necessarily a right and not everyone is entitled to have children.
- I don't think my views would necessarily be compatible with some of those of my readers.
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