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urgency

noun crisis, critical situation, crucial situation, dire necessity, emergency, exigency, expeditious need, hurried need, immediate need, importance, instant need, matter of life and death, necessity, pressing need, urgent need
Associated concepts: good samaritan laws, in extremis, stay of execution, statute of limitations, temporary restraining order
See also: coercion, compulsion, dispatch, emergency, exigency, force, haste, importance, necessity, need, pressure, priority, requirement, stress
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Drilon noted that the President has found an urgency in enacting the BBL for peace and stability in Mindanao.
9) Determining which type of incontinence appeared first may also be important, as some studies have suggested that women with stress incontinence symptoms predating urgency symptoms will have greater success with surgical intervention.
Categories of the participants into low urgency and high urgency index after calculation of the scores reflected that most of the participants irrespective of the gender or length of the work experience were suffering from high urgency patterns of life style.
Hypertensive urgency is a situation in which your systolic blood pressure (the top number in your blood pressure reading) is at least 180 mm Hg or your diastolic pressure (bottom number) is at least 110 mm Hg.
The Council of Representatives hosted the joint session to shed light on the reasons underlying the promulgation of the urgency decree-laws before their referral to the legislative authority to be scrutinized.
Much like the abstract sense of urgency that drives education policy, another kind of urgency is evident in productive classrooms.
They have already showed they are fully aware of the urgency of the matter.
8220;We find that organizations that know how to balance urgency with traditional engagement are the ones that win in the long run,” states Welbourne.
He said: "I was not any way shape or form discourteous to my manager; I went into his room and asked politely and courteously if he could quickly come and join us, the reason being some of the board members had to leave early and we had a matter of urgency to talk to him about which was absolutely nothing to do with the Chester result or the recent poor performances.
The conceptualization of Urgency trait that is dominant in the literature postulates that this trait is an emotion-based disposition and the emergence of individual differences can be identified in the relationship between emotion and behavior (Cyders & Smith, 2008).
Urgency incontinence is urinary incontinence with a strong or sudden need to urinate.
Turning to the literature, we find that the leading challenge to execute novel endeavors (innovation) is to create a high sense of urgency among a large number of people (Kotter, 2008).