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URGE

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urge

1. A strong desire; a force or a motive that impels action.
2. The need to urinate or defecate.
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When destructive urges strike, the easiest thing to do is to act on them - but we don't have to.
The United States urges calm and patience as the results are tabulated.
LONDON, July 21 (KUNA) -- The type of visa acquired by Kuwaitis will determine their stay in the UK and therefore, the embassy urges nationals to get the correct documents so that their visit would be not hindered, said a statement Tuesday.
However, no studies have examined the moment-to-moment relation between smoking urges and alcohol use during a smoking cessation attempt.
The present paper proposes a theoretical framework and a treatment strategy for dealing with the urges to drink that alcoholics experience during recovery.
ISLAMABAD, 22 May, 2009 (Balochistan Times) -- Chocoholics looking to curb their chocolate urges may be able to do so simply by taking a brisk 15-minute walk.
1984 Nothing could have prepared him for his role in the most controversial television drama of the year, paedophile placed back into the community and struggling to control his vile urges.
IREM urges the EPA to make the training for certified renovators free to help with the creation of this type of worker.
The letter urges "a halt to the demonization of public schools" and insists that "we believe it is wrong for Baptist leaders to urge Baptists to exit the nation's public system for homeschools and Christian academies and to equip that cause.
The Institute urges the Government to adopt the following recommendations in its 2006 budget message:
Under his proposal, the city would place reflective stickers on all Dumpsters similar to one used in county areas that urges people, ``Don't Throw Your Baby Away.
Mr Al-Killidar said: 'One of them urges people not to vandalise public property.