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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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In late February, the Coalition Against Religious Discrimination, which includes some three dozen organizations, also sent a letter to representatives urging them "to protect workers against religious discrimination in federally funded training programs.
Alarcon repeated his concerns about radioactivity in a separate letter to the state board, urging members to deny the Bradley Landfill permit revision, and send it back to the city for reconsideration.
Looked at in conjunction with the material I sent on July 15, I think it is obvious that Falwell is working assiduously to skirt the Internal Revenue Code and urging other religious leaders to do the same," Lynn wrote in the IRS letter.
In June 2000, Hahn wrote to the Airport Commission, urging members to launch the 161 noise study, the necessary first step in imposing a helicopter curfew or imposing other flight restrictions.
In February, the LWVUS Lobby Corps visited Senate offices urging Senators to cosponsor the Security and Freedom Ensured (SAFE) Acts (S.
On March 11, TEI sent another letter to the Department of Finance, urging the Government to introduce legislation repealing the Term Preferred Share (TPS) provisions of the Canadian Income Tax Act because those rules significantly restrict the design of Canadian equity instruments and reduce the depth and vibrancy of Canada's capital markets.
Bush in November wrote to Senate leaders, urging them to move forward on several provisions of the measure this year.
District Attorney Steve Cooley also has been urging prompt approval of the agreement because of the higher demands for DNA test results in criminal cases.
WASHINGTON -- In advance of this year's hurricane season, the Identity Theft Assistance Center (ITAC) is urging individuals take steps to secure their personal data and to educate themselves about potential scams that can lead to identity theft.
Earlier Friday, city and state leaders rallied behind the striking bus drivers outside City Hall, urging them to keep fighting while criticizing Riordan for having left the country last week while the transit agency's buses and trains remained parked, stranding some 450,000 weekday commuters.
Particularly relevant was a secretly-recorded Robertson speech boasting of the group's Republican election successes and urging his top lieutenants to build a Tammany Hall-style political machine based in churches.