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- v. Present participle of urge.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. insistent solicitation and entreaty
- n. a verbalization that encourages you to attempt something
- n. the act of earnestly supporting or encouraging
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He paused at the fireplace, where he was adding more wood, his expression urging her to continue.
This year, the message focuses on the environment, with a title urging, "If You Want to Cultivate Peace Protect Creation".
Catholic Conference of Bishops; Jim Ball, director of the Evangelical Environmental Network; and Rabbi David Saperstein, Religious Action Center, in urging action to stop global warming before it is to late (according to ENS).
My wife belongs to a private sector union, and we're getting robocalls from state AFL-CIO shill Tom Chamberlain urging us to contact Wyden's office to oppose the proposal.
The Episcopal Church joins many other Christians and people of faith in urging the safeguarding of human rights everywhere.
Ergo, the urging is invariably in a warlike direction.
No need for extra aps to say read again urging me to create more clutter, just the browser.
The big story on The New York Times today is that parents are again urging children to ditch children's books.
The big story on The New York Times today is that parents are again urging children to ditch children
"Deal with public sentiment," he told a rapt audience at the annual convention of Association for the Study of Peak Oil & Gas, USA (ASPO-USA) in urging steps to achieve better-informed voters and consumers.