Parsing the politics of what the court decides is tricky, with political victory not necessarily accompanying a judicial win.
Re-localizing food economies can—not necessarily, but can—help reduce our reliance on fossil fuel.
There were more men than women, and the women were not necessarily married to the men they boarded with.
The defense lawyers did not necessarily want their client to win.
The data are not necessarily falsified, but nor are they meaningful.
Photographers, however, have proved that such is not necessarily the case.
The life that passes in penury must necessarily pass in obscurity.
The tax upon the vocal organs is necessarily much greater than that in ordinary speaking schools.
Her children, if she pleases; but not necessarily her mother.
The column was necessarily closely packed, and as it waded through the snow the fire of the concealed enemy soon opened upon it.