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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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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.
Executives told franchisees at its annual worldwide conference here that Priority Club will be introduced in its Europe, the Middle East and Africa Division (EMEA) by early December and to its Asia Pacific Division early next year.
The Priority Health Cycling Team sponsorship fits perfectly with our commitment to improving the health of the community," said Kim Horn, Priority Health's president and CEO.
The survey asked parents to rate school construction or repair needs in three priority categories: highest, intermediate or lowest.
Telephone number and address pages, which allow Priority customers to list the names, addresses and numbers of family members, friends and associates.

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