exigency


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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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The Exigency app makes all this--and more--available immediately.
Financial exigency is declared during a time of financial stress and involves taking "extraordinary action to reduce expenditures and preserve resources," according to the Association of Theological Schools, which accredits graduate schools in Canada and the U.
According to the Association of Theological Schools' guidelines, "Financial exigency is declared when an institution needs to take extraordinary action to reduce expenditures and preserve resources.
5) Under this so-called police-created exigency doctrine, a number of lower courts had held that officers could not rely upon this exception if they had created the very exigency which they sought to use to justify acting without a warrant.
Before SB8 there weren't any standards for declaring financial exigency and the bill required the commissioner to adopt minimum standards," says Janice Hollingsworth, who is the interim director of the agency's financial audit division.
So Sylvia is eligible to take qualifying exigency leave under FMLA.
Most of the messages treated IMF as an exigency, a state of chaos that needed to be contended with.
According to the literature, the explicitness of the task presentation, the type of exigency and the verification of task accomplishment are particularly relevant for the accountability system to be efficient (Crouch et al.
examines these technologies from the viewpoints of exigency, ideology, participants, knowledge creation, access and control and communication so that historians and theorists can explore the relationship between culture and communication.
The new regulations define a qualifying exigency as a non-medical activity that is directly related to the covered military member's active duty or call to active-duty status.
However employers were not required to provide this type of leave until the federal Department of Labor (D O L) issued final regulations defining qualifying exigency.
AAUP has asked Tulane to disclose information about its finances, since the university declared financial exigency that cleared the way for faculty dismissals in December.
In approaching the ideas of beginnings and endings from such a broad viewpoint, he deals with issues of attachment and avoidance, periods of "working-through" as "miniterminations," and the necessity of engaging in a phase of termination when patients end therapy whether through mutual consent of patient and analyst or because of external exigency.
In the present context, the political work of the late '60s through '70s--now purged of exigency and brought out of the closet by the market--may be evaluated differently.
If the author is sacrificed to language, it is argued, this is not to be conceived as the mere negation of authorial subjectivity; rather, the author, as a sacrificial figure, answers to the exigency of a figuration that would enable the a priori condition of signification in general to be exposed.