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priority

[prī·ôr′itē]
Etymology: L, prius, previously
actions established in order of importance or urgency to the welfare or purposes of the organization, patient, or other person at a given time.

priority

the precedence of the earliest of two published taxonomic names.
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Hence, there will be further review and fine-tuning process to ensure congruence in the priority measures of the Executive and Legislative branches," he said.
Please contact your supplier if your meter is not printing the word 'Priority' when the Priority rate is selected.
Further priority needs included indoor air, bioterrorism and emergency response, and land use issues.
The first order task is to properly provision priority bandwidth to meet guaranteed latency specifications.
To the extent that the secured interest is less than the amount owed, the unsecured portion of the debt is an unsecured claim, entitled to whatever priority the debt that caused the lien would otherwise qualify.
Since the growth rate for Priority Groups 1-6 veterans is only 5% annually, compared to a 25-30% annual growth rate for Priority Groups 7-8 veterans, limiting VA health care solely to service-connected veterans could ultimately lead to the dismantling of the VA health care system altogether.
For the first time, BOMA's Pulse has identified aging equipment/building as the highest priority from both a short-and long-term point of view.
First Priority was launched in Alabama in 1992 by Southern Baptist evangelist Benny Proffitt.
The Priority Health Cycling Team, UCI Continental Pro Cycling lineup includes Brian Sheedy, Tom Zirbel, Teddy King, Robbie King, Richard England, Omer Kem, Morgan Schmitt, Ben Jacques-Maynes, Scott Zwinzanski, Graham Howard, Emile Abraham and Garrett Peltonen.
30, 1992 gives the 1988 taxes a nondischargeable priority status.
Priority health is dedicated to supporting our local communities and the organizations that work to promote wellness and healthier living to Michigan residents," said Kim Horn, president and CEO of Priority Health.
Councilmen Richard Alarcon and Hal Bernson introduced the resolution, hoping it would send a strong message to reluctant MTA managers that the interchange should become a top priority.

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