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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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Urging the IRS to maintain the current practice of requesting confidential information upon audit, TEI offered two alternatives: (i) modify Form W-2 to add an additional letter code (e.
State legislators need to be contacted to introduce and support resolutions urging Congress to pass the Constitution Restoration Act.
In early January, church leaders including Archbishop Michael Peers (then-primate of the Anglican Church of Canada) wrote to Prime Minister Paul Martin urging him to enact a Health Covenant which, they noted, the Romanow Commission had made its first recommendation.
The PSA was broadcast in 2002 on television stations throughout America, urging employers to hire disabled veterans.
As the rider moved quickly through Congress, we wrote a set of letters to Agriculture Secretary Ann Veneman and Interior Secretary Gale Norton urging them to open up the process of developing national guidelines for implementing the new stewardship contracting provisions.
Also, the Institute supported the department's plan to review the process used to determine Fair Market Rents, urging expansion of the survey of comparable rents and making sure these 'comparable' properties meet HUD's physical condition standards.
This is not to say that Pat Robertson and Jerry Falwell would send young men to blow themselves up in discos or fly airplanes into buildings, or that the Southern Baptist Convention, which passed a resolution a few years ago urging wives to "submit graciously" to their husbands, wants to impose Talibanesque restrictions on women.
Leaders from the business community and the construction industry, and New York City and State officials joined Coney Island residents in urging the State Legislature to authorize the finance and construction of The Sportsplex in Brooklyn.
19 /PRNewswire/ -- The Senate Foreign Relations Committee today approved a resolution urging Iran to grant religious rights to members of the Baha'i Faith, Iran's largest religious minority.
In urging swift passage of HIT legislation, Premier asked lawmakers to adopt the House-passed provisions in H.