from The Century Dictionary.
- noun One who urges or importunes.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun One who urges.
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- noun One who
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Holomisa's "admissions" should be investigated independently by the SAPS, like any other citizen's possible transgressions, the NP said. urger reported on Thursday that i inquiries about the matter to the office of the police commissioner, the SAPS said it had
And Maren Le Moyne -- venturer of the venturers, flame of fire among them, urger, inspirer, and moral leader, a living pillar before them in her eagerness -- must needs curb her soul in bonds of patience and wait at Fort de Seviere for another spring.
Dr. Clemence Lozier, who was so long at the head of the Suffrage association in New York City, was the most persistent urger of mixed clinics, and marched in to them at
The shame would very soon have mantled the cheek of the urger.
There is a cruelty in persuasion, where the heart rejects the person proposed, whether the urger be parent or guardian.
There is essentially a fear of culture. urger: Suburbs on the other hand often need to seek outside aid just to perform regular needed maintenance.
Angry Drunk Bureaucrat: urger: Sir Ebenezer Howard may have thought has was creating a panacea for urban ills by tempering them with bits of pastoralism when he basically invented the idea in 1898 but a century of practice has shown us all he was really doing was moving urban ills into areas with less walkability and consequently with less social and economic coherence.
Sure there are parks, but no trees because it was cheaper to clearcut everything and plant (pitiful) saplings in their place. urger, but from personal experience (I moved from living in the 'burbs my whole life to now living in the city) ... one other major difference is culture.
All these town councilmen see is the $$ at the beginning. jmaster306: Most of the new families commute the 30-50 miles to the city. downstairs: They don't want bars, theaters, and parks right next door to their houses. urger: Instead of a independent entity the Levitt influence suburb (which for those who aren't students of urban planning is all of them) are parasites that drain cities.
I DO NOT. urger: Basically he took out all of the mitigating elements and just left the housing. urger: Not so much gave it hormones as perverted it urger: Robert Moses