Recent Examples of urgency from the Web
The Cougars then opened the second half with urgency, pulling away with a 23-7 run in the first eight minutes.
Our loose rule was to never spend more than two weeks apart as a family, and Phil insisted on it with a kind of urgency.
The work took on additional urgency, those involved said, after Baltimore experienced rioting following the death of Freddie Gray the next year.
With no sense of urgency, USMNT players and coaches had to watch as their CONCACAF counterparts did them no favors.
Despite attacking with urgency - which included bringing on the trio of Oxlade-Chamberlain, Solankie, and Firmino - Liverpool were unable to break Newcastle's resilient defending in the end.
How can the public share the same sense of urgency?
The 15-hour journey begins with the clatter of a helicopter, a distinct and chilling sound of urgency, and conflict.
But with Harvey, the task has taken on greater urgency, moving from herding to rescue.
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