badly needed

See: exigent
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Philip could not help thinking how delightful it would be to make fifty pounds, so that he could give Norah the furs she so badly needed for the winter.
He helps to keep our lives from being monotonous and gives a little comic relief where it is badly needed.
We firmly believe that the Syrian regime must approve the convoys to deliver badly needed humanitarian assistance into the Old City of Homs now," State Department Spokesperson Jennifer Psaki told reporters.
A MUM of five has told how bogus convictions on a Garda vetting form saw her miss out on a job she badly needed.
PORTSMOUTH hero Aaron Mokoena admitted the extra-time win over Coventry in the FA Cup third-round replay was badly needed as the club battle problems on and off the field.
Summary: Farmers in an eastern Indian state have asked their unmarried daughters to plow parched fields naked in a bid to embarrass the weather gods to bring some badly needed monsoon rain, officials said on
Welcoming the delegation, Athar Ali said that we badly needed support of International Community in the war on terror and despite its limited resources, Pakistan deployed troops on western borders and Malakand division.
2 : the act of asking for something badly needed or wanted : plea <an appeal for funds>
But 2004 was an election year and President Bush had already alienated much of his badly needed conservative base with liberal-left policies that out-Clintoned Clinton, especially on immigration, trade, and runaway government spending.
The institution badly needed more gallery and storage space for its 350 000-item collection of rare books, master drawings, and manuscripts that range from priceless medieval miniatures to musical scores and correspondence from Ernest Hemingway, plus a better performance space for its renowned concerts.
This presents opportunities for consulting firms and clients alike to utilize construction management (CM), program management (PM), general engineering contracts (GEC), design-build (DB) and other public/private partnership arrangements to deliver badly needed infrastructure projects.