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Far from the Madding Crowd
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  • Owing to the great hurry necessitated by the far-gone state of some of the flock, Gabriel missed his aim in one case, and in one only—striking wide of the mark, and inflicting a mortal blow at once upon the suffering ewe.
  • Troy had felt, in his transient way, hundreds of times, that he could not envy other people their condition, because the possession of that condition would have necessitated a different personality, when he desired no other than his own.

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  • The proposed policy would necessitate increased taxes or an increased deficit.
  • accountability necessitates performance-based reporting

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