graveness


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the condition of being grave and of involving serious consequences

high seriousness of manner or bearing

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One can conveniently appreciate how well the government was tackling the issue of circular debt as it is cognizant to the graveness of the problem and recently decided to release Rs 41 billion to clear the PSOs dues.
However far from the above and in yet another development , despite the several attempts by the Sudanese authorities both in Khartoum and Juba to downplay the graveness of their human right abuses, the Human Rights Watch (HRW) has called for more observers for the upcoming elections in Sudan.
A small investor action group called the Investor Graveness Forum, based in Mumbai has suggested that these independent directors should only be nominated from a panel appointed by the Securities and Exchange Board of India.
Recently, this subject has been renewed with more graveness, backed with tangible evidence that is signaling a true crisis among Lebanon's newspapers, even if it is still an "underground" concern.
Japanese Ambassador Takasu told a news conference later Friday that he thinks the Security Council is ready to take ''appropriate action'' if Pyongyang conduct a third nuclear test in accordance with the graveness of its new provocative action.
This is the very first time that something like this has happened at the shelter and we hope the authorities see the graveness of the matter.
Immortal words are most often uttered in times of crisis, the graveness of the situation giving gravity to the language.