exigency


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Synonyms for exigency

Synonyms for exigency

the condition of being in need of immediate assistance

a condition in which something necessary or desirable is required or wanted

something asked for or needed

Synonyms for exigency

a pressing or urgent situation

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a sudden unforeseen crisis (usually involving danger) that requires immediate action

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dissenting) (arguing sensible police officers would not gamble that suspect will create exigency in response to "knock and talk"); see also Donald, supra note 29 (noting suspects denying consent after "knock and talk" provided notice police aware of illegal activity).
With that recognition, the exigency to search for the truth is conceived as inherently social.
In analyzing the contracts, I pay special attention to concepts that inform the literature on retrenchment: financial exigency and shared governance.
This is a fixed-price with economic-price-adjustment, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract for various pharmaceutical products in support of the Corporate Exigency Contract Program.
The first of the two new categories is known as qualifying exigency leave.
We demonstrate the function of metanarration by showing that NHTSA effectively reconstructed the narrative associated with its failure by creating an exigency for enhancing, rather than punishing, the organization.
Determined less by rhetoric than by the pleasurable exigency of cultural celebration, the artist's handling of "color" becomes at once abstract and personal.
pilcrow (paragraph sign)] "In this way, the USGA will have some forward-seeing information in evaluating rules and we as manufacturers can avoid repeating this type of exigency.
Short-notice deployment (leave under this exigency cannot exceed seven calendar days);
Not to mention the drear exigency of having to live like, rather than merely theorize, the proletarian--e.
The Maryland Court of Special Appeals reversed, holding that in order for the automobile exception to the warrant requirement to apply, there must not only be probable cause to believe that evidence of a crime is contained in the automobile but also a separate finding of exigency precluding the police from obtaining a warrant.
The court stated that while a "mild exigency" sufficiently justifies an unannounced entry where no property is damaged, if the government is going to damage property during the entry, more than a mild exigency is required.
Consequently, a court that requires an additional emergency to augment the exigency of hot pursuit rarely would allow police to make a warrantless entry to arrest a suspect for a nondangerous misdemeanor.
Instead, when the exigency presented itself, they took advantage of it and searched without the warrant.