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Such economic zoning was rare in the United States before World War I, but the Buchanan decision provoked urgent interest in zoning as a way to circumvent the ruling.
The scale of the data collected during the pandemic had made strong enforcement more urgent, delegates said, and highlighted the need to clarify the scope of the government’s data collection and data deletion procedures during special emergencies.
Stacy Begin, an Oceanside Unified school board member, said she knows some parents are hoping for an urgent return to traditional learning, but the district has developed a robust distance learning plan for now.
The situation was becoming increasingly urgent, and hospitals in the region were at risk of being overrun.
This is particularly important in the setting of a pandemic, to help hospitals and health care workers treat more patients in urgent need of care.
Pulpits sounded with theological arguments where admonitions were urgently needed.
THE ENGLISH CHURCH IN THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURYCHARLES J. ABBEY AND JOHN H. OVERTON
Fumbling in his haste, he produced a pocket communicator, stabbed frantically at the dial and spoke urgently into it.
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Imprecation is seldom absent from these incursions, being, in fact, urgently needed to do duty for closer argumentation.
It was repeated more urgently, to be met again by a quiet but decided negative.
Powerful co-operation with Cornwallis on the part of Clinton was urgently needed.

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