Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Idioms.
Related to urging: ne'er, took over
References in periodicals archive ?
On March 23, TEI sent a letter to the Canadian Minister of Finance urging the government to abandon proposed legislation affecting foreign investment entities.
In early January, church leaders including Archbishop Michael Peers (then-primate of the Anglican Church of Canada) wrote to Prime Minister Paul Martin urging him to enact a Health Covenant which, they noted, the Romanow Commission had made its first recommendation.
The PSA was broadcast in 2002 on television stations throughout America, urging employers to hire disabled veterans.
To their considerable credit, the state's voters ignored the pleas of Republican leaders such as Arizona Senator John McCain, and the state's Democratic Governor, Janet Napolitano, urging them to vote down the measure.
But Hahn shares Alarcon's concerns about Bradley, and ``joins him in urging the Waste Management Board to look closely at the radioactive waste and groundwater contamination before giving out the permit,'' according to a representative of the Mayor's Office.
Boyle sent a letter to Representative William Thomas, Chairman of the House Ways & Means Committee, and Senator Charles Grassley, Chairman of the Senate Finance Committee, urging that several of the revenue offset provisions in S.
The Presidential Public Financing Reform Project of which the LWV is a partner, is urging all candidates for election to the U.
On July 28, Americans United swung into action again and filed another complaint with the IRS charging that Falwell was effectively urging other churches to flout federal tax law.
The Sherman Oaks Homeowners Association and the Homeowners of Encino are passing out 4,000 refrigerator magnets listing the Mayor's Office telephone number and urging members to call Hahn's office - rather than an airport hotline - when noisy jets or helicopters fly overhead.