n. (plural of requirement English)
Usage examples of "requirements".
As I was pretending to think of a place where two rivers were sufficiently near to each other to fulfil the requirements of the oracle, Semiramis herself suggested that Lyons was watered by the Rhone and the Saone, and that it would be an excellent place for the ceremony.
As the requirements for other states are met, additions to this list will be made and fund raising will begin in the additional states.
Having induced her to go to bed, and her extreme weakness preventing her from doing anything for herself, I undressed her and put her to bed, thus proving once more that compassion will silence the most imperious requirements of nature, in spite of all the charms which would, under other circumstances, excite to the highest degree the senses of a man.
This book was vetted by both the National Security Council and the Central Intelligence Agency, my former employers, according to the requirements of my security clearance agreements with them.
Casti had neither a fine style, nor a knowledge of dramatic requirements, as appears from two or three comic operas composed by him, in which the reader will find nothing but foolish buffooneries badly put together.
As fundraising requirements for other states are met, additions to this list will be made and fundraising will begin in the additional states.
A Nonsensical Strategy 11: The Case for an Invasion The Advantages of an Invasion The Military Requirements Could We Do It with Less?
Building a Broader Coalition A Smoking Gun The Political Requirements International Law Would Saddam Try to Attack U.
Chapter 12 for a discussion of the necessity of and requirements for rebuilding Iraq.
THE MILITARY requirements The military requirements of an invasion of Iraq would be considerable but not onerous.
As the discussion of the military requirements and potential casualties should make clear, an invasion of Iraq would be a big and potentially painful operation.
Security Council, attempted to honor that commitment by imposing a demanding set of disarmament and political requirements on Iraq backed by draconian sanctions and the implicit threat of additional military operations.
But these requirements are still relatively cheap, at least in economic and military terms.
United States went beyond even die legal requirements of its neutrality legislation.
President Reagan sent American marines into a dangerous situation in Lebanon, where a civil war was raging, again ignoring the requirements of the War Powers Act.