01. It is [urgent] that I speak to Dr. Chen immediately.
02. Dr. Morgenstein, you are [urgently] needed in Ward 6.
03. There is an [urgent] need for food and medical supplies in the area hit by the earthquake.
04. This is a matter of great [urgency], and I hope you will attend to it without delay.
05. Food and clothing are [urgently] needed by the victims of the tornado.
06. We could hear the [urgency] in her voice when she pleaded for help.
07. Money is [urgently] needed for the purchase of basic medicines.
08. Martin Luther King said that life's most [urgent] question is: what are you doing for others?
09. There is a Chinese proverb which states that what is not [urgent] must be done quickly, in order to take care of the [urgent] things calmly.
10. Police officers and a large team of community volunteers are [urgently] searching for a little girl who disappeared from a family picnic in a local park.
11. The government's most [urgent] priority at this time must be to reduce unemployment in our state.
12. I'm sorry to interrupt your meeting, but there is an [urgent] call for you on line one.
13. One of the most [urgent] problems facing the nation of Malawi today is the poor health of its people.
14. Sending the products by air is expensive, but they're needed [urgently], so we have no choice.
15. Sustainability is an [urgent] imperative for humanity if we are to survive as a species.

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