imperatively : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • r  in an imperative and commanding manner

  • When the "Fascists" reported for strike duty they were told that more trucks were imperatively needed to transport food supplies, and set to repairing several hundred vehicles .
  • What our common dangerand our common aspirationsimperatively require, then, is a common commitment to some basic principles and purposes leading ultimately to the .
  • Last week Dictator Stalin, speaking through Pravda, strove to warn both peasants and industrials that they imperatively must increase sowing and production if economic Russia is .
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  • Cannon, Twain ‘true philosophers’
    In a letter on Dec. 7, 1906, Mark Twain informed Danville’s Uncle Joe Cannon “it is imperatively necessary that I get on the floor (of Congress) for two or three hours and talk to the members .... "  
    Aug. 4, 2013 - The Danville Commercial-News

  • Christine Lagarde in Reuters
    In Paris, Economy Minister Christine Lagarde told parliament: "We must imperatively strengthen the economic governmance of the European Union and even more the euro zone with a true economic government."
  • Theodore Roosevelt in Wall Street Journal
    In his "Autobiography," Roosevelt wrote that he "declined to adopt the view that what was imperatively necessary for the nation could not be done by the President unless he could find some specific authorization to do it."
  • Jacques Chirac in
    Everyone recognizes the right of Iran ...... to use nuclear energy for peaceful ends. But the international community must imperatively make sure that commitments, agreed for the security of all, are enforced,Chirac said in a New Year's...

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