Some articles on needed:
... management or pitchcare describes the work needed to keep a sporting pitch ready for use ... The skills needed vary considerably dependent upon the sport and whether or not artificial surfaces are used ... Special sets of skills are also needed to care for either sand-based athletic fields or native soil fields ...
... most situations, water temperatures of at least 26.5 °C (79.7 °F) are needed down to a depth of at least 50 m (160 ft) waters of this temperature cause the overlying atmosphere to be unstable enough to sustain ... High humidity is needed, especially in the lower-to-mid troposphere when there is a great deal of moisture in the atmosphere, conditions are more ... Low amounts of wind shear are needed, as high shear is disruptive to the storm's circulation ...
... Number needed to vaccinate (NNV) is a metric used in the evaluation of vaccines, and in the determination of vaccination policy ... It is a specific application of the number needed to treat metric (NNT) that incorporates the implications of herd immunity ...
... that your life had the buoyancy that was needed to stay afloat in a city where the ground was seen as the realm of failure and menace ... To be a true denizen of the place, you needed to cultivate the twistiness and liquescence in your own character ... You needed to take on the attributes of a watersnake ...
... Clearance from the FAA is needed before test flights begin, and a separate license is needed before commercial operations begin ... Horn, as part of the public comment opportunity needed to secure FAA permissions ...
Famous quotes containing the word needed:
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—Kent Nerburn (20th century)
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and purer temple.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
up. You have sardines in it.
Yes, it needed something there.
—Frank OHara (19261966)