Such communications are allowed only in cases of necessity, the fatwa says.
But some novels leave more to invention than others, often by necessity.
I come from a school of thought that believes not only is it allowed, it is a necessity.
Now most senior airline executives can calmly explain the economics and why charging fees is a necessity in their view.
Now I'm trying to diversify a little bit, by necessity as much as by will.
Or from what necessity did the son of Atreus, assembling an army, lead it hither?
To Kate, for instance, she was a necessity of existence, like light or air.
It was sacrificed in 1880 to the necessity of raising a fortress on the hill.
She made a virtue of necessity; and the man was quite another man with her. '
The necessity for and the advisability of spraying have already been pointed out.
late 14c., "constraining power of circumstances," from Old French necessité "need, necessity; privation, poverty; distress, torment; obligation, duty" (12c.), from Latin necessitatem (nominative necessitas) "compulsion, need for attention, unavoidableness, destiny," from necesse (see necessary). Meaning "condition of being in need" in English is from late 15c.
Necessity is the Mother of Invention. [Richard Franck, c.1624-1708, English author and angler, "Northern Memoirs," 1658]To maken vertu of necessite is in Chaucer. Related: Necessities.