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urgent

(ŭr′jĕnt) [L. urgere, to push forward, drive]
Requiring a rapid response or intervention; pressing.
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We urgently need a government of national unity to take on these dangerous, failed ministers who owe their Cabinet places to the cruel pretence that a no-deal Brexit will not ruin peace in Northern Ireland and not ruin housing, education and healthcare for all but their own wealthy elite.
That is why I urge all MPs to put this issue in the top priority and urgently solve it,' said Bukvarevic.
the committee has to sit again now, urgently, and decide that either the Prime Minister sets the immediate date for departure or, I'm afraid, they must do it for her."
More volunteer drivers and telephone people are urgently needed to keep the service running smoothly.
The blood donation campaign in Turbat is appreciated for spreading awareness about blood donation, and protecting the humans who are suffering from dangerous diseases and urgently need blood during emergency conditions.
The hospital management urgently needs pathologists, surgeons, physicians, neonatologists, anesthetists, ENT specialists, orthopedic surgeons, chest specialists and radiologists to cater the patients.
The Chief Minister said a request has already been forwarded for CCI meeting and other would be urgently forwarded again so that it may be held without any unnecessary delay.
"The cancer care system is having to treat more and more patients with rationed workforce, equipment and support, when it urgently needs more capacity."
Uwuehi-Edoba pleaded with President Muhammadu Buhari to urgently and unconditionally approve the inclusion of Benin youths in the ongoing scholarship and skill acquisition programme.
The Ugandan central bank has said that the nation urgently needs a national payments system.
Especially now that the United Kingdom is giving its place in the European Union, strong cooperation between the three largest economies of the EU in the North-West of Europe is urgently needed in order to ensure a balanced development of the Union, according to Mr Larcher.
Much needs to be done; some urgently and short term but more that requires long term change for sustainability.