Recent Examples of urgency from the Web
On Saturday, new video footage emerged that added another layer of urgency to the mystery.
The effort has particular relevance and urgency in Baltimore, which has had an upsurge in gun violence.
Her imminent death, and then absence, adds urgency to Thandi’s need to think for herself about race, family, and suffering—and the limits of sisterhood and solidarity.
The understanding of urgency that this recognition would invite would set into motion everything necessary to ensure the security of the Christians now.
Mr Bloomberg reckons there is a sense of urgency in cities over the lack of leadership coming from the federal and state governments.
A big reason why Congress doesn’t shore up Social Security and Medicare is that Democrats and Republicans don’t agree on the urgency of the problem.
The assumption that Clinton would win contributed to the lack of urgency.
Privately, Harbaugh and Newsome understand the sense of urgency that always surrounds this team, but is more prevalent in 2017.
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Definition of urgency for Students
- “Let's get out of here!” he said with a sense of urgency.
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