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URGE

Abbreviation for:
urological referral guidelines evaluation

urge

1. A strong desire; a force or a motive that impels action.
2. The need to urinate or defecate.
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The ECI has directed the district administration and the concerned election officers of the respective areas to urge people to take part in elections which is considered as the festival of democracy.
"Urge is human-centered," says Founder and Creative Director Brock Monahan.
Repeat this urge surfing exercise whenever an urge strikes until the urge diminishes.
It is thought that the association between incontinence and functional impairment is related primarily to the urge component:
The white cohort consisted of 46 continent women, 55 with stress urinary incontinence, and 44 with urge urinary incontinence.
The present study aimed to investigate the relationship between the unusual experiences factor of boundaries and positive urge to drink, and whether altered state of awareness mediated (i.e., contributed to) this relationship.
"We also urge Congress to reinstate expired consumer and business energy-efficiency tax incentives, such as those included in the recently introduced Clean Energy Tax Stimulus Act of 2008 to provide immediate relief to Americans reeling from rising energy prices."
He said: "I would urge her to contact her doctor or hospital if she has not already done so."
We urge EPA to stick with their proposal not to require such notification.
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."
Frequent urge incontinence, for example, leaves women at higher risk of falls and fractures than those who are not urge incontinent.
"Urge and urge and urge/Always the procreant urge of the world," wrote Walt Whitman in "Song of Myself," a blast of self-actualization whose bracing textures provide a kind of music against which to set Samaras's wondrous investigations into what it means to be.