The Council of Representatives hosted the joint session to shed light on the reasons underlying the promulgation of the urgency
decree-laws before their referral to the legislative authority to be scrutinized.
Yet in the specialized world of medical professionals, the concept of urgency
is far from being an objective one.
While the language goes a long way in suggesting urgency
, I'm not sure that the subject matter, as expressed, does the same.
Where was the urgency
when Rupert Murdoch appeared ready to buy all of GM just to get his hands on Hughes Electronics' DirectTV satellite television company?
The appropriate controlled, prospective trials will never be undertaken; a potential focus on technologies of adherence is clouded; and a sense of urgency
for something better is diminished.
They alone are fueled by the passion and urgency
that results from living with the effects of illness, or seeing those they care about suffer.
In the past, lower-ranking representatives held court, she noted, without the urgency
demonstrated by their bosses at Orlando.
The carrier has also not yet commented on these most recent claims of urgency
according to Reuters.
Without a good handling of the Y2K problem, our information system will risk failure and affect the normal functioning of society," the minister of information industry Wu Jichuan said, "but there is still a lack of urgency
and lack of importance given to this issue.
In large corporations, urgency
often occurs for the wrong reason," he says.
Radio does a great job selling urgency
, and television is a magnificent way to educate the market and to make a sale a sale event.
It will take a focused effort of the highest urgency