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  • Not all information is equal and so not all information requires the same degree of protection.
  • Another version requires a drink for every touch a player takes of the ball.
  • This bottom up model of structure formation requires something like cold dark matter to succeed.
  • Economic use in other areas requires research, and possibly a site-survey.
  • Travel through remote areas on main roads is easily done and requires no planning.
  • The party's constitution requires that a leadership election be held within six months of a general election.
  • A typical power station requires power for start up prior to being able to generate power.
  • This parser requires more hand-written code because of its lower language-recognition power.
  • The canton's primary school program requires students to attend for four years.
  • The long jump generally requires training in a variety of areas.
  • A new government requires a positive vote of confidence from the Parliament.
  • Finding solution requires looking at every number in the list.
  • If the additional software is distributed in source-only form, this approach requires local compilation.
  • Custom requires that everything goes into the ground; however this is not true for Jewish services.
  • The modern environment requires one business to interact with another via the web.
  • This growth requires investment in infrastructure, capital and other resources necessary in production.
  • Mental activity requires several areas to work together.
  • The overall theme of the book is that social responsibility requires being prepared to make individual sacrifice.
  • This allows lower operating costs, but requires large capital investments along the lines.
  • In other cases the application requires the production of pulses having as large an energy as possible.
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Root form of requires is require for the verb.

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