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The team reasoned this urge might stem from natural instincts to hunt, or from a need for cats to supplement their diet.
For so long, I thought, “I want a seat at the table,” but now I have this urge to knock over the table.
The downside is you won’t be able to look at an untended tree again without seeing a wayward branch and feeling the urge to fix it.
You have to control the urge to panic and maintain some sense of inner peace.
HOW TO SURVIVE THREE DAYS IN THE WILDBY KEITH MCCAFFERTY/FIELD & STREAMJANUARY 26, 2021POPULAR SCIENCE
He felt an urge to return to the District for the first time after watching the inauguration on television Wednesday night.
I remember the last time I had to choose between optimism and fear, between hope and the urge to run away.
OUR FRAGILE OPTIMISMSUSANNA SCHROBSDORFFJANUARY 17, 2021TIME
He said that there is an urge to do everything possible to keep the city and hotel employees safe but that many hotels are operating under dire financial strain and may have to permanently lay off employees if they close for the week.
AIRBNB TO CANCEL ALL D.C. RESERVATIONS DURING INAUGURATION WEEK AS SECURITY IN THE CITY IS TIGHTENEDEMILY DAVIES, MICHAEL BRICE-SADDLER, MARISSA LANG, JUSTIN JOUVENALJANUARY 13, 2021WASHINGTON POST
And I have given this tedious detail to urge and embolden others to remonstrate against it.
GLANCES AT EUROPEHORACE GREELEY
In excusing the Freedom of your Satyr, you urge that it galls no body, because nobody minds it enough to be mended by it.
But this is quite enough to justify the inconsiderable expense which the experiment I urge would involve.
GLANCES AT EUROPEHORACE GREELEY

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