- s demanding attention
regarded literary questions as exigent and momentous"- H.L.Mencken
- s requiring precise accuracy
became more exigent over his pronunciation
- Global warming is one of the most exigent problems facing our society today.
- Given the seriousness of the situation, it was exigent that the police arrested and incarcerated the drug peddlers without an arrest warrant.
- Fine is still preparing a report on the illegal use of "exigent letters" in unauthorized demands for records from business.
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- Multiple Assignments
In applying for quo warranto, Wagner—an elderly man who had a family law cases in front of Halpin—also attacked the general practices of granting multiple or consecutive assignments of a particular judge to a particular court, of assigning retired judges without a finding of exigent circumstances, and of issuing orders that allow a retired judge to return to complete work on cases heard during ...
July 29, 2013 - Metropolitan News-Enterprise
- Ben Bernanke in Trend News Agency
Bernanke said the central bank's emergency lending provisions, set up in March at the height of the credit crisis for a six-month period, could be carried into 2009 if the financial sector's "unusual and exigent circumstances continue to prevail."
- President Bush in Canton Repository (subscription)
But when he signed the postal reform act, Bush added a statement sayingt his administration would construe that provision "in a manner consistent, to the maximum extent permissible, with the need to conduct searches in exigent circumstances."
- Ed Rendell in Patriot-News
I've told my troopers that I don't want them exceeding 80 unless they need to pass or unless there's some real exigent circumstance,Rendell said.