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deem it necessary

To determine that something is necessary. I didn't deem it necessary to give the boys detention because having their shirts untucked isn't a very serious infraction.
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deem it (to be) necessary

 and deem that it is necessary
to decide that something is necessary. Mary deemed that it was necessary to leave town that night. Lisa deemed it necessary to go home.
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Given that the council has been able to manage perfectly well without a chief executive for two years it seems rather strange, during this period of austerity, that it deems it necessary to pay such a colossal sum of money to a single individual.
It makes me sad to see people being arrested for defending the Ten Commandments and ashamed that our justice system deems it necessary to remove such a brave and noble man as Judge Roy Moore from his position for defending this great nation's heritage.
Allow the President to invade a neighboring nation whenever he shall deem it necessary to repel an invasion and you allow him to do so whenever he shall choose to say he deems it necessary for such purpose.
Moreover, each unit of data can be re-encrypted on a regular basis or when a user deems it necessary.
So, twisting the law to fit present circumstances, Assembly Democrats approved a bill last week declaring that the 1998 reduction allows for a return to higher taxes if the state finance director deems it necessary.
Cable and telephone lines have the same agreement, he said, that when they build in the public right-of-way, they agree to make changes when the city deems it necessary.