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use "urgent" in a sentence

The homefront was subject to dynamic social changes throughout the war, though domestic issues were no longer Roosevelt's most urgent policy concerns.

15. In the light of the above, the Assembly recommends to the Ukrainian authorities the urgent adoption of the following concrete measures to

At that time, as Sakka, he also appeared on the earthly realms to a scrooge in order to urge on him the virtue of charity and thus to lead him to a better rebirth.

Sara gets the urge to feed and grabs Tracy's dog to quench her voracious thirst.

Her adopted father was a powerful billionaire, so I suppressed the urge to laugh in her face, but now, by gum, I think she may have been on to something!" Later that year, Mehmed sent envoys to Tepeþ to urge him to pay the delayed tribute.

By this point, Willard no longer fears Kurtz but is overpowered by an urge to "Confront him".

The NGTF's Gold, despite having been involved in early GAA zaps, came to urge GAA not to engage in the tactic.

The Gran Colombia Congress of Angostura Main article: Congress of Angostura Although in 1819 some large areas were still under Spanish control, the urge for independence reactivated the constitutional climate.

Ross later felt the urge to see marcel again, and found out that marcel had become a famous mascot for a brand of beer called "Monkey Shine" and was starring in Outbreak 2: The Virus Takes Manhattan.

Perea continued to use his influence on the public airwaves to endorse the Liberal government and Serpa, and to urge his listeners to do the same.

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