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exigency

(ek'si-jin-se, eg-zij'in-) [L. exigere, to drive out, demand]
A situation requiring immediate management. See: emergency
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Exigency is available for iOS devices from the Apple iTunes store as a free download for now.
The VST board declared a state of financial exigency in January 2012.
18) If so, they would be prevented from relying on the resulting exigency to justify the warrantless entry.
Others advertised their wares by relating IMF as an exigency to follow up on their offer of goods and services.
Accountability system: a) Task explicitness: outcome, situation, criteria-form, criteria-product and combination; b) Exigency type: participation/ effort, quality of performance, and without exigency and c) Coach's reaction to accomplishment tasks: punishment, encouragement and no reaction.
The seven new forms include: a general notice workplace poster; three different certifications for serious health condition (of the employee, a family member, or military member, whichever is appropriate); notice of FMLA eligibility, rights and responsibilities (which notice employers must give to employees when they request leave); a designation notice (on which the employer can tell the employee whether the leave actually is designated as FMLA leave or not); and a certification of qualifying exigency.
With approved federal regulations published in November 2008, DOL has now defined the term qualifying exigency by providing a non-exhaustive list of the types of circumstances that will qualify.
Not only does this make reading certain sections of the book a tedious process, but Hunt sometimes makes startling, overdrawn conclusions that seem unsupported by her evidence, (As an example, after a lengthy discussion about the practice of embryotomies, she writes "The exigency of detestable embryotomies, their loathsome aesthetics, the sacrificing of beautiful brown babies for the descendants of cannibals--such topoi were likely part of a missionary point of view at Yakusu" [p.
We will probably see a lot of public exigency and national emergency buys, rightfully or wrongfully.
It was also my task to handle, with not a little speed and exigency, the registration of foreign nationals wishing to fall within the employ of a Scottish club -despite what McCann says.
The Arab Revolt was not just the culmination of Arab nationalist activity or a rejection oft he ill-defined Ottomanist ideology, rather it was the convergence of dynastic ambition and strategic exigency that brought on the final break between Arab and Turk.
Justice Iacobucci calls it "a child born of historical exigency," and a "privileged status" which we are forced to leave alone.