Recent Examples of urgency from the Web
Global Headlines Social media hot seat | Mueller's charges will lend urgency to Senate hearings starting today over Moscow's use of Facebook, Twitter and Google to meddle in the U.S. election.
To answer your question, though, the urgency shown at every level this year has been different than in years past.
Nadella gives a glimpse of the urgency felt inside Microsoft as Amazon.com’s Web Services unit built a commanding lead in cloud computing and threatened Microsoft’s core business software franchises.
Haters, lamenting some lack of urgency or happenings in the early part of Stranger Things 2, may hear such news and immediately sigh.
Take after take follows with no hint of urgency or anger.
Drugs, of course, have swelled the ranks of addict-prostitutes and increased their urgency to get money.
Though the filmmakers claim to have relied on practical effects whenever possible, there’s still a CGI slickness here that robs It itself of its urgency.
Cancer Work load has been intense with taskmaster Saturn and action Mars creating a sense of urgency with everything these days – perhaps late nights at the desk.
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First Known Use of urgency
URGENCY Defined for Kids
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